It's time to change U.S. sugar policy

09/28/2011 | Hill, The

The U.S. sugar policy, which deliberately keeps prices high for domestic sugar, must change, writes Bill Brock, an official with the Center for Strategic International Studies and former U.S. trade representative. "For decades, no other agricultural policy has been more counterproductive for American consumers and business, not to mention the farmers in less-developed nations who could otherwise serve many, if not most, of our needs for sugar," he writes.

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