BRAZIL: Brazil tells ACP nations not to back the EU in sugar dispute
The sugar industry of Brazil has warned the 77 nations that make up the African, Caribbean and Pacific group not to support the European Union regarding the dispute over sugar subsidies. The ACP - including Madagascar, Congo, Fiji, Guyana, Jamaica, Swaziland and others - said last week it wanted Australia and Brazil to withdraw the trade complaint against the EU after European Development Commissioner Poul Nielson said that the ACP arrangement would eventually have to end.
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