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Christoph Berg

Germany
Christoph has been the managing director of F.O. Licht since 2007. He has more than 20 years of experience researching and writing specialist news and analysis for and about the ethanol, sugar and feed industry. He holds a PhD in economics from the Technical University of Berlin. Based in Ratzeburg, he appears regularly on conference panels to discuss matters related to the industry.
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German sugar beet output drops

Germany produced 1.535 mln tonnes of beet white sugar in the first two months of the 2019/20 campaign (Sep/Aug), down from 1.551 mln tonnes in the same period a year ago, official data showed.

Germany Sugar

Futures Review: Sugar rises to 9-month highs on short-covering

World raw sugar futures in New York rose to a nine-month high on Thursday helped by short-covering and tightening supplies.

Sugar Cane Sugar

Indian CRISIL research sees 2019/20 sugar exports at up to 5.0 mln tonnes

Sugar exports are expected to rise to 4.5-5.0 mln tonnes in 2019/20 (Oct/Sep) after the government has announced a lump sum export subsidy, CRISIL Research said.

India Sugar

Belarusian sugar beet harvest reaches 225,300 tonnes

Sugar beet harvesting as of September 4 reached 225,300 tonnes, according to the Agriculture Ministry.

Belarus Sugar

Futures Review: Raw sugar drops below 11¢

World raw sugar futures on in New York hit an 11-month low on Thursday, dropping below 11¢ as the market continues to feel the fall-out of high supplies in Asia.

Sugar Cane Sugar

Futures Review: Sugar futures continue to lose ground

World sugar markets continue to be weighed down by the huge stock overhang caused by record crops in India and Thailand.

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