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India's Sugar Output to Decline in 2019-2020, an Industrial Info Market Brief

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India's sugar output is expected to decline 8.4% to 30 million tons for 2019-2020 from 32.5 million tons in 2018-2019. The expected decline is due to decreases in sugar recovery percentages and the shift by sugar mills toward more profitable ethanol production.

Industrial Info is tracking 499 sugar industry plants with 2,080 functional management contacts in India. Click here for the list of plants.



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