Jamaica: Sugar Annual

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Jamaican sugar production for MY 2020/2021 is projected to be approximately 48,000 MT, down from 60,000 MT in MY 2019/2020. This decline in sugar production is attributed to a combination of factors, such as general inefficiencies in production and the closure of one sugar mill. Despite the reduced production, it is expected that Jamaica will still be able to meet its export quota to the United States, supply the remainder of raw sugar based on local demand, and export to the European Union and other markets in the region in MY 2020/2021.

Jamaica: Sugar Annual

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