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Further information on EU sugar market developments after 2017

The ongoing sugar market reform has entailed profound changes on the EU sugar market. Sugar market experts and a number of studies have addressed the question of how the EU sugar market might look like after 2017. Please follow the links below to find out more.

 

European Commission, 2015: „EU Agricultural Outlook. Prospects for EU agricultural markets and income 2015-2025.”
http://ec.europa.eu/EU Agricultural Outlook.pdf
M. Haß & M. Banse, 2016: „Das Ende der Zuckerquote 2017: Wie wettbewerbsfähig ist die deutsche Zuckerwirtschaft?“, published in Die Positionierung Deutschlands in der Internationalisierung der Agrar- und Ernährungswirtschaft, Schriftenreihe der Rentenbank, volume 32, May 2016
https://www.rentenbank.de/Das Ende der Zuckerquote 2017: Wie wettbewerbsfähig ist die deutsche Zuckerwirtschaft.pdf
A. Burrell et al., 2014: “EU sugar policy: A sweet transition after 2015?”, European Commission, JRC Scientific and Policy Reports
http://publications.jrc.EU sugar policy.pdf
G. Davies et al., 2015: “Modelling the EU cane refining sector after 2017”, UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
https://www.gov.uk/Modelling the EU cane refining sector after 2017.pdf

R. Schers, 2014: “Perspectives for the EU Sugar Market after 2017”, Rabobank, presente d at the Kingsman EU Sugar Seminar 2014 in Geneva
http://www.platts.com/Perspectives for the EU Sugar Market after 2017.pdf

Szajner et al., 2016: “Research for Agri Committee – the post-quotas EU sugar sector”, European Parliament  

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/research for Agri Committee-the post-quotas EU sugar sector.pdf

 

 
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