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India can’t think beyond quick fixes

By Prerna Sharma Singh

23rd April 2019

With rumours in the market that the MSP could be raised even further, the potential for increased exports might be thrown out the window.

The Sugar Technologists Association of India, a body of professionals work-ing for sugar and allied industries, has suggested the government increase the minimum selling price (MSP) of sugar by more than 16% to INR3,600 a quintal from the current level of INR3,100 to help financially-stressed mills improve their cash flow. If market rumours are to be

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