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Maharashtra sugar output likely to drop but prices to be stable
Money Control

Maharashtra sugar output likely to drop but prices to be stable

Speaking to reporters, Shivajirao Nagavade, Chairman of Maharashtra State Cooperative Sugar Factories Federation (MSCSFF), said that this year, the sugarcane acreage is 6.33 lakh hectares on which an estimated 485 lakh metric tonne of cane output is expected. Money Control, 2 months ago
Sugar prices may turn bitter before Diwali Pune Mirror, 1 month ago

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Times of India

Sugarcane labourers unpaid as factories face cash crunch

MUMBAI: Over seven lakh labourers involved in cutting sugarcane have been hit hard by the cash crunch arising from the government's decision to demonetise Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes. Many have been forced to stop work. These labourers, who work in ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Shorter season likely on lower cane supply

Sugar mills in Maharashtra may be allowed to start their factories a fortnight before schedule, as delayed crushing of sugarcane may result in lower output. Some mills have sought permission to start crushing cane from November 1, earlier than the government ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Maharashtra sugar factories, workers union reach wage agreement  Financial Express2 months ago Cane shortage delays start of Maharashtra sugar season  Financial Express2 months ago Maharashtra govt decision to delay cane crushing will push up sugar price: Millers  Indian Express2 months ago

Sugar factory contemplating lease deal with private company

The board of management of the Naranja Sahakari Sakkare Karakhane (NSSK), the loss-making sugar factory, is considering transferring its functioning to a private company under a lease agreement. A resolution in this regard has been passed by the ...
 The Hindu1 hour ago

Now, demonetisation drive to hit Maharashtra sugar season

The 2016-17 sugar season in Maharashtra is likely to bear the brunt of the demonetisation move from the next week onwards when payments will have to be made to labourers engaged in the sector. Out of 110 factories which have got licence, as many as ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Karnataka sugar season starts early, sparks scramble in Maharashtra  Financial Express1 month ago Maharashtra's sugar output expected to hit 6-year low  Smart Investor2 months ago Maharashtra to produce 5 mn tonnes sugar in 2016-17, lowest in 6 yrs  Smart Investor2 months ago

Relief for millers: Bombay HC stays order on sugar stock ceiling

In September, the Central government issued a circular directing sugar millers to not hold more than 37 per cent stock of sugar by the end of September. Sugar millers in Maharashtra heaved a sigh of relief as the Bombay High Court temporarily put a ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Maharashtra sugar mills get high court relief in stock limits case  Financial Express1 month ago HC hearing this week on Maharashtra mills' plea  Smart Investor1 month ago Maharashtra sugar mills drag Union Food Ministry to court over stock limits  Smart Investor1 month ago
Indian Express

Demonetisation: Way out for cane growers, Bank transfers

DCC banks, which were financiers to the sugar mills, also acted as bankers to the farmers and thus, payment was linked easily to the bank accounts. Early adoption of bank transfers to pay farmers and a strong banking network may help the Rs ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
Bloomberg

India sweet tooth dearer as sugar output slides

Bloomberg Satisfying the sweet tooth of the world's biggest sugar-consum- ing country is getting a lot more expensive. At a time when demand in India is the highest ever, domestic output will drop for the fourth year in five, creating the ...
 Emirates-Business.ae3 weeks ago India's Sweet Tooth Suffers As Sugar Output Slides  European Supermarket Magazine3 weeks ago India Sweet Tooth Just Got More Expensive as Sugar Output Slides  Bloomberg3 weeks ago
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 Northern Nevada Business Weekly1 month ago
Reuters India

India's drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop

Despite its outsized water demands, sugar cane is hardy and state policies ensure higher returns By Rajendra Jadhav AURANGABAD, India, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Despite pleas from the government not to, Indian farmers like Santosh Wagh went right back ...
 AlertNet1 month ago Sweet paradox: Drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop  Business Today India1 month ago Sweet Paradox: India's Drought-Stricken Farmers Plant Thirstiest Crop  Businessworld India1 month ago RPT-Sweet paradox: India's drought-stricken farmers plant thirstiest crop  Reuters UK1 month ago
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