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Cane not able

This article was originally published in The Public Ledger

TYPHOONS Ketsana and Mirinae have destroyed 50% of the standing sugarcane in Vietnam's central provinces causing a severe shortage of cane for making sugar, local sources said. Firms in Phu Yen province had planned to crush 160,000 tonnes of cane to make 16,000 tonnes of sugar this year, but said that floods had destroyed 40,000 tonnes of cane, so sugar output would fall to 12,000 tonnes.


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