MECAS(07)05 - The Outlook for the Far East Sugar Market
The study assesses the prospects of the Far East sugar supply and demand and their impact on the future patterns of world sugar trade.
Having analysed current trends and prospects for the coming 10 years for sugar production, consumption and trade in the region, the ISO has arrived to the conclusion that the Far East will remain an area of structural sugar deficit. The net result of accelerated growth of sugar use as against stable but slower expansion in output will be a significant increase in the region’s net-import requirements from the current prevailing level of 2-2.5 mln tonnes. The ISO projections show a growth in the regional net-imports to the level of about 4 mln tonnes by 2010 and further to 6.3 mln tonnes by 2015.
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