DOES THE CURRENT SUGAR MARKET STRUCTURE BENEFIT CONSUMERS AND SUGARCANE GROWERS?
Ferdinand H. Meyer,
Winter-Nelson, Alex and
Nicholas Sitko ()
No 196830, Food Security International Development Policy Syntheses from Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
The market structure in Zambia’s sugar industry is highly concentrated, leading to consumers paying higher prices than expected given the low cost of sugar production in the country.
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Working Paper: Does the Current Sugar Market Structure Benefit Consumers and Sugarcane Growers? (2014)
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