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Questionable Sugar Self-Sufficiency

Monday, October 24, 2022

Sugar producers claim they were not involved in the discussion of sugar self-sufficiency regulations. They question the import quota for raw sugar.

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Sugarcane-transporting trucks wait in queue to unload their payloads at Rejoso Manis Indo’s sugar factory in Blitar, East Java, June 2021. Antara/Irfan Anshori/photo file . tempo : 171926698673.

GLORIA Guida Manalu was both shocked and confused. The Executive Director of the Indonesian Refined Sugar Association (AGRI) got a headache after learning about the contents of the draft presidential regulation on accelerating the national sugar self-sufficiency program, particularly about the clause that regulates the imports of raw and consumption sugars.

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