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Slow pace of sugar sector reforms leaves farmers a bitter lot

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The suggested actions included bringing back the Sugar Act, 2001 and creating new rules anchored on the task force’s recommendations.

Slow pace of sugar sector reforms leaves farmers a bitter lot

By Kepher Otieno | 1 month ago

Sugar Board wins land dispute case against Mumias

Sugar Board wins land dispute case against Mumias

Kenya Sugar Board has won a protracted legal battle against Mumias Sugar Company over a piece of land, which it had claimed from Busia Sugar Company (BSC) over unsettled debt.

Kamau Muthoni | 4 years ago

Here is how the sugar import business is big, big money

A dysfunctional sugar sector in Kenya has created a loophole for dealers to book abnormal profits in dealing in the commodity.

Moses Michira | 5 years ago

Why agreement signals trouble for sugar companies in Western Kenya

Faced with competition from cheap sugar imports from Uganda, sugar factories in Western Kenya will find it difficult to stay in profitable business as they are still struggling with management challenges

Alphonce Shiundu | 5 years ago

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