New Delhi: India will export 4,124 tonnes of raw sugar to the European Union in addition to the 10,309 tonnes that are already exported to the bloc, out of free sale portion of 2007-08 season’s production.
“The government allocates additional quantity of 4,124 tonnes of raw sugar for export to EU for October-September 2007-08,” the director general of Foreign Trade notification said.
The government had allowed export of 10,309 tonnes of raw sugar in October 2007 through the Delhi-based Indian Sugar Exim Corporation (ISEC), it said.
In a separate notification, the government has also allowed export of 10,000 tonnes of white sugar to the 27-nation bloc for July-June 2008-09.
ISEC is the designated agency for the export of sugar to EU under preferential quota, it added.