Swaziland: Sugar Annual

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Post forecasts that the sugar cane production in Swaziland will increase by about five percent to 5,200,000 MT in the 2017/18 MY, from 4,973,571 MT in the 2016/17 MY, based on normal weather conditions, good rainfall received at the beginning of the year, which is a critical period for sugar cane growth, as well as improvements in yields following the drought conditions of the previous season. This will result in a three percent increase in the 2017/18 MY sugar production to 606,000 MT.

Swaziland: Sugar Annual

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