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Exclusive: Raízen, Wilmar set to end sugar trading venture RAW

Jul 02 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON Brazil's Raízen, the world's largest sugar-making company, and Asian commodities trader Wilmar International are set to end their partnership in the global sugar trading joint venture RAW, four sources familiar with the process said.

Indian white sugar exports at near standstill as lockdown bites

Apr 08 2020

LONDON/MUMBAI India's white sugar shipments have been brought to a near standstill by the coronavirus lockdown, depriving the global market of key supplies after a poor harvest in Asia's top exporter Thailand.

Indian white sugar exports at near standstill as lockdown bites

Apr 08 2020

LONDON/MUMBAI, April 8 India's white sugar shipments have been brought to a near standstill by the coronavirus lockdown, depriving the global market of key supplies after a poor harvest in Asia's top exporter Thailand.

Exclusive: U.S. investigates child labor in Ivory Coast cocoa supply chains

Mar 30 2020

ABIDJAN U.S. customs authorities have asked cocoa traders to report where and when they encounter child labor in their supply chains in top grower Ivory Coast, three industry sources said, following calls from American lawmakers to ban some imports. | Video

Coffee importers stockpiling on fears over coronavirus lockdowns

Mar 30 2020

NEW YORK/LONDON/BOGOTA Coffee importers in some of the largest consuming countries are stockpiling, bringing forward orders by up to a month to avoid shortages if supply chains are disrupted by coronavirus lockdowns.

GRAPHICS-Record arabica coffee premiums give bullish signal for funds

Mar 09 2020

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Adverse weather to hit Ghana cocoa output more than expected: traders

Feb 19 2020

ABIDJAN/LONDON Adverse weather in West Africa could see cocoa output in Ghana, the world's second largest producer, fall short of consensus for a second year running, local traders and exporters told Reuters.

Cocoa traders expect adverse weather, hoarding to hit Ivorian sales

Feb 14 2020

ABIDJAN/LONDON Adverse weather and hoarding in Ivory Coast could see sales of the top cocoa producer's largest export fall some way short of consensus, which could push global prices higher, traders said.

Sugar buyers nervous as Indian export surge fails to materialise

Jan 28 2020

MUMBAI/LONDON Global sugar buyers are growing increasingly nervous as a much touted surge of Indian sugar exports has failed to materialise, with some mills reluctant to sell even as global prices trade near 2-1/2-year highs.

Sugar buyers nervous as Indian export surge fails to materialise

Jan 28 2020

MUMBAI/LONDON, Jan 28 Global sugar buyers are growing increasingly nervous as a much touted surge of Indian sugar exports has failed to materialise, with some mills reluctant to sell even as global prices trade near 2-1/2-year highs.

World News

Long lines as Singaporeans in masks vote during pandemic

Singaporeans wearing masks and gloves queued to cast their ballots on Friday under the cloud of the COVID-19 pandemic that is pushing the city-state's economy towards its worst-ever recession, making saving jobs the focus of the election.