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Dangote Sugar blames challenging market for profit drop

By CNBC Africa
27 July 2018   |   12:16 pm
Dangote Sugar Refinery is looking to its backward integration plan and raising its refining and production efficiency as part of efforts to overcome what the company’s Group Managing Director, Abdullahi Sule, describes as a very challenging period.

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