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All India Sugar Trade Association,
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Sugar economy in India is expanding and changing rapidly. AISTA is committed to recognize impulses of change and growth and facilitate them.

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Latest Market News

September 13, 2017

Raw sugar imports may check price hike in festive season: ICRA

The government decision to permit raw sugar import of 0.30 million MT at a concessional duty of 25 per cent may supplement sugar supplies in the sugar deficit southern and western states and also benefit consumers from possible price shocks during the forthcoming festive season, a report said.
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September 12, 2017

Sugar prices fall on higher stocks, low demand

Sugar prices weakened by Rs 35 per quintal at the wholesale market in the national capital today due to bumper stocks following increased supplies against muted demand from bulk consumers as well as retailers. Marketmen said fall in offtake by stockists and bulk consumers amid relentless supplies from mills mainly led to the fall in sweetener prices.
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September 11, 2017

Imported sugar to get cheaper in south India

In Tamil Nadu, sugar is priced Rs 1.50-2 a kg more than that in Maharashtra due to supply shortage With domestic sugar prices in the...
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