U.S.-Mexico trade talks leave one top sugar company with sour taste

U.S.-Mexico trade talks leave one top sugar company with sour taste
 

As the U.S. government reworks a supply deal with Mexico, a top player in one of the world's largest sugar markets is crying foul and claims competitors are using the trade talks to deny it access to cheap Mexican sugar imports.
Mexico is the top supplier to the U.S. sugar industry and negotiators from both countries are in talks to change a 2014 trade pact that prescribes the balance of raw and refined sugar that heads north to ensure U.S. refiners have what they need.
But CSC Sugar LLC, which produces liquid sugar to sweeten ice cream and make frosted coatings, said the proposals would... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Business, Views: 41
Source: Reuters
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