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Expect to sell 22-23 lakh tonne of sugar in Sep, Oct: ISMA

The months of September and October are likely to see sugar sales of roughly 22-23 lakh tonne said Abinash Verma, Director General of Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA). Money Control, 1 month ago

Setback for sugar mills as govt slashes ethanol price to Rs 39

Sugar mills will get a fixed price of R39 per litre for selling ethanol to oil marketing companies (OMCs) in 2016-17 for blending with petrol, effectively lower by R2-3 per litre from the 2015-16 level. Sugar mills will get According to sugar ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Cabinet nod to revising price of ethanol for petrol blending  ProKerala.com1 week ago New formula for ethanol pricing  Smart Investor1 week ago Cabinet nod to cut price of ethanol procured by fuel retailers  Livemint.com1 week ago

State, ISMA not on same page about sugar estimate

Pune: Sugar prices in India depend to a large extent on supply from the leading producer, Maharashtra, but the state government and the Indian Sugar Mills Association (ISMA) differ widely in their estimates of this year's output, making forecasting ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
Nikkei Asian Review

Sugar high leaves bitter taste for India's cookie makers

GREATER NOIDA, India -- Neatly cut rectangles of fresh cookies line the conveyor belt in the manufacturing unit of Anmol Biscuits. A machine ejects cookies from gigantic ovens, which are then glazed with oil, stacked according to size, packaged, and ...
 Nikkei Asian Review2 weeks ago

Stock limit on producers may tame sugar prices

Mumbai: Stock limits on sugar producers, which industry lobby ISMA termed "unprecedented," drove the December 2016 and March 2017 futures contracts on NCDEX up 0.7 per cent and 2 per cent each at the time of going to press. Consumer Affairs ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Holding limits on producers expected to tame sugar prices  Economic Times1 month ago

Sebi comes to sugar's defence

Mumbai: Securities market regulator Sebi is trying hard to convince the government against banning sugar futures, a month after finance ministry delisted chana futures. The call for delisting sugar has come from the consumer affairs ministry on the ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

ISMA foresees a balanced supply and demand situation for sugar next year

It as an improvement from the rock bottom. The fundamentals clearly suggest that next year should be balanced in supply and demand. We should open the next season around 7.2 or 7.3 million tonnes of sugar. Next year, the production is seen lower than the ...
 Business Line2 months ago

This festive season, confectioneries to cost more on back of higher sugar prices

NEW DELHI: Confectionery items are set to become dearer in the run up to the festival season, driven up primarily by higher sugar prices, said food industry executives. The sugar and confectionery segment has seen persistent inflation, with prices ...
 Economic Times2 months ago

Above normal rainfall raises hope for revival in sugar output in Maharashtra

With major sugar-growing regions in state getting above normal monsoon, sugar output forecast to be revised, a government official has said. Above monsoon rainfall in Maharashtra so far this season has raised hopes for a revival in sugar output ...
 BlackSeaGrain.net2 months ago Monsoon raises hopes for sugar output in Maharashtra  Smart Investor2 months ago
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