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Madagascar: The sugar harvest in full swing in the north of the Big Island




Madagascar: The sugar harvest in full swing in the north of the Big Island
While cutting sugar cane started since the beginning of July in the north of the Big Island, planters swarmed nearly 4,000 hectares can now bring their production for a few days in West Sugar factory with a program delivery determined in advance by the sugar and a ton which is trading at around 20 euros.

The sugar campaign is scheduled to conclude at the end of November, energizes the entire local economy of the region as ambilobe to Mahavavy particular, where many cultural activities are organized around the cane cutting in full swing.

"This year, we expect a harvest of 265,000 tons of cane to achieve our target of 54,000 tons of sugar", said Aristide Denda the executive director of the factory expects an increase in the tonnage of sugar for this sugar campaign already announcing auspiciously, with 2,000 tons of sugar already produced a few days, as indicated by the newspaper L'Express de Madagascar.



Antso Rajaona


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