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Alaska set to finish 2019 with record warm year

with a record average high temperature after a year of extremes ranging from a sweltering summer and rampant wildfires. The turmoil is part of a rapid warming pattern in which Alaska - at the leading edge of climate change due to its proximity to the Arctic - is heating at twice the rate of the planet as a whole, researchers say.

Sugar traders hold tight: India set to roil markets again

Sugar output is expected to bounce back in 2020 from an estimated three-year low th...

Post drought like conditions cause lower cane production

ICRA observes that given the above context, India’s ability to export sugar and cont...

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