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The Centre should not allow additional raw Sugar imports as that will adversely impact wholesale prices and mills ability to make sugarcane payments to growers, cooperative Sugar mills body NFCSF said. Besides, it said, the government must not extend the deadline for shipments of raw Sugar beyond June. Earlier this month, the government had allowed import of 5, 00,000 tones of raw Sugar at zero duty to boost domestic supply with production expected to decline sharply to 20 million tons in the current 2016-17 marketing year from 25 million tons in the previous year. The government has extended the deadline for import of raw Sugar till June-end from the current June 12 timeline. More imports are not required as the country would have an opening stock of 3.4 million tons at the beginning of the 2017-18 seasons from October 2017, the National Federation of Cooperative Sugar Factories Ltd (NFCSF) stated. NFCSF noted Sugar output to be better at 25 million tons in the 2017-18 seasons (October-September)

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