Costa Rica: Sugar Annual

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Costa Rica’s sugar cane production is forecast to increase 2.54 percent in MY 2018/2019. Sugar production is expected to increase 3.2 percent in the same period, from 431,000 MT in MY 2017/2018 to 445,000 MT in MY 2018/2019. The increase in production is the result of higher sugar yields throughout the production regions, even though the area planted declined. Industry sources expect cane and sugar production to rebound during MY 2018. 

Costa Rica: Sugar Annual

 

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