BRIEF-India government releases April-September government borrowing calendar
March 28 * India government releases April-September government borrowing calendar * For the full release, click: http://bit.ly/2mMtDt0 (Reporting by Suvashree Choudhury)
NEW DELHI, Sept 29 India is likely to import 2 million tonnes sugar in 2016/17 season, an analyst at Rabobank Singapore said on Thursday, as back-to-back droughts ravaged cane crops in the top producing western state of Maharashtra.
The south Asian country's production is likely to fall to 23.3 million tonnes in 2016/17 year starting from Oct. 1, Kelvin Chow told the Kingsman Asia Sugar Conference in New Delhi.
Imports by India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, could further support global prices trading near their highest level in four years. (Reporting by Mayank Bhardwaj; Editing by Malini Menon)
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Rajkot Oilseed Complex Close-March 28 1. Groundnut oil prices improved due to restricted selling from oil mills. Sentiment turned bullish as central government allowed bulk export. 2. Palm olien eased due to sufficient supply. Closing prices of groundnut in Rajkot, in rupees per 20 kg: Groundnut small Groudnut bold close close close close Market delivery 0,000-0,000 0,770-1,116 0,000-0,000 0,729-