Moz sugar threatened by imports.

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Increasing production by Mozambique's rejuvenated sugar estates is battling for domestic market share as cheap, illegal imports continue to flood the country.

Increased cane production and milling activity has set the country on track to become self-sufficient in sugar production for the first time in 30 years. "This is an industry that has pulled itself up by the bootstraps to become an African success story," says David Gass, chairman of the Mozambique Sugar...

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