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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

Butali Sugar Mills not closing down

Butali Sugar Mills not closing down

Butali Sugar Mills has ruled out the possibility of it closing down due to the current cane shortage in West Kenya sugar zone.

| 9 years ago

Kenya put to test in applying sugar Act

That has not been the case with sugar regulations

Michael Arum | 2 years ago

Farmers pile pressure against sugar zoning

The body claimed that farmers will be forced to conform to the price set by their local enforced mill, which is a breach of the Competition Act

Standard Reporter | 2 years ago

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