CUBA: Sugar industry expects lowest output since 1912
Cuba's sugar industry is struggling to survive government blunders and financial problems that forced it to close half its mills last year, according to local analysts. Raw sugar production in Cuba is expected to amount to no more than 2 million tonnes this year, 40% less than the previous harvest of 3.61 million tonnes, and the lowest output since 1912, reported Reuters.
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