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Nigeria’s cane sugar production projected to drop

Nigeria's domestic cane sugar production is projected to drop by 6 per cent to 75,000 metric tons, that's according to the United States Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agricultural Service. Akintunde Sawyer, Agric Consultant joins CNBC Africa to review the impact of Nigeria’s National Sugar Master Plan.

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