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[PDF] full report: "A Sweeter Future? The potential for EU sugar reform to contribute to poverty reduction in southern Africa"

Author: Oxfam GB, Published on: 1 November 2004

Some countries in southern Africa, among the poorest in the world, have long-term potential to build sugar industries that contribute to poverty reduction. Their ability to fulfil this potential depends critically on the outcome of EU sugar reforms...Existing EU reform proposals will neither improve meaningful market access for the poorest countries nor end the scandal of export dumping. [refers to Zambia Sugar, Sena Holdings, Illovo, Kaleya Smallholder, Consolidated Farming, Tongaat-Hulett]

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Related companies: Illovo Tongaat Hulett