Main Features of the World Sugar Economy in 2015
2015 proved to be a year with of practically balanced world sugar output and consumption. World production decreased by 4.0 mln tonnes to 169.1 mln tonnes. World consumption grew by 1.2% to 168.7 mln tonnes, up 2.0 mln tonnes from the previous year. The volume of sugar traded internationally increased from 58.0 mln tonnes in the previous year to 59.6 mln tonnes. During 2015, world prices remained under considerable pressure from bearish fundamentals. The annual average of the ISA daily price for raw sugar was 13.43 cents/lb, compared to 17.00 cents/lb in 2014.
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