EU quota sugar prices up as exports still lag

EU ex-factory quota sugar prices rose to an average of €496 per tonne in February this year, according to data published by the European Commission, while imports under seasonal quotas are down by a quarter compared with last season.

The figure is €1 per tonne higherthan in January and €69/t above the average price in the same month last year.The information is based on submissions from EU sugar producers and refinersand has a standard deviation of €28/t.

It reflects the average price

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