MECAS (08)18 - EU Sugar Policy Reform
The reform of the EU sugar policy has resulted in a major shift in the balance of global trade, with EU exports to cease and imports on the rise.
As early as in 2009 the EU is expected to become the world’s leading sugar net-importer with annual imports of around 4.5 mln tonnes as against the average for the past 5 years of about 3 mln tonnes. The reform has also an effect on all countries benefiting from preferential access to the EU market, such as those under the ACP Sugar Protocol (to be replaced by EPA trade regime as from 1st October 2009) and the EBA Initiative for the least developed countries.
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