AUSTRALIA: Calls for calm from cane growers, Tully farmers to withhold sugar
The Bundaberg Canegrowers organisation is calling from calm among sugar producers in far north Queensland who are threatening to withhold sugar crops from mills next year. The producers are angered by the proposed sugar industry assistance package. However, Bundaberg Canegrowers' chairman Noel Baldwin said growers in the region cannot afford to sacrifice any profits and says this sort of action will not benefit anyone in the long-term.
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