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Sugaronline East Asia & Oceania Report – 20th September 2022

By Roger Bradshaw

20th September 2022

Persistent rain continues to affect development of the Thai crop and hinder the crush in Australia. Meanwhile the Philippines has finally moved ahead with imports, whilst Indonesia’s efforts for greater self-sufficiency remain frustrated by bureaucracy.

Thailand Speculation continues to swirl around the size of the Thai crop. Until a few weeks ago, the majority of analysts had been estimating the 22/23 crop at around 112 million tonnes of cane. Then one major trade house put forward an estimate that the crop could be below 100 million tonnes. The basis for

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