Morocco and Algeria hooked on Brazil's raw sugar

To satisfy the region's persistent sweet tooth despite the current surge in sugar prices, sugar producers Cosumar, from Morocco, and Algeria's Cevital, have little choice but to keep buying their supplies from Brazil, for which they rely on increasingly dominant heavyweights such as Sao Paulo's Raizen and Copersucar. [...] (649 words)
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