Swaziland: Sugar Annual

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With the recently successful conclusion of the Economic Partnership Agreement negotiations with the European Union (EU), Swaziland maintained its preferential market access to Europe. As a result, post expects that Swaziland sugar exports to the EU could increase by ten percent to 390,000 MT in the 2015/16 MY. Post forecasts that sugar production will increase to record 705,000 MT (729,675 MTRV), on a four percent increase in sugar cane production, due to more land being utilized for sugar cultivation.

Swaziland: Sugar Annual

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