INDIA: Indian exporters reach 1m ton sugar exports target, ask for increase in quota
Despite a ban on Indian sugar imports by Pakistan, exports from India have nearly reached their 1m ton target. A government official revealed that exporters were asking for an additional export quota, telling the Press Trust of India news agency: "The government has given clearances for the export of nearly 980,000 tons of sugar and the remaining 20,000 tons from the quota will be allocated within the next few days."
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