Sudan pins sugar, ethanol hopes on $1B Kenana project

March 12, 2012 |

In Sudan, government plans for a $1b plant will hopefully help the country attain its goal of increasing sugar production to 450,000 tones annually. The country is attempting to cut down food imports and to increase sugar exports.

The plant, whose largest shareholder is Kenana Sugar Co.,  will have an initial output of 150,000 tones, claims General Manager Hassan Satti.

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