The Challenge to Cane Sugar in the 1980's

Report of a Seminar held at the Commonwealth Institute, London, 26–29 April 1983

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Competition and Marketing

The Sugar Protocol is designed to facilitate commercial trade between sugar producers in the ACP countries and sugar users in the EEC. It recognises the need for cane sugar in the developed countries and provides a framework to satisfy this need to the mutual advantage of both producers and users. It is not a form of aid, but the recognition of a commercial demand for cane sugar in the EEC to be met by longstanding trading partners.


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