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    Hello guys,

    I have a friend of mine who has a few companies in Turkey that are interested in purchasing a fair amount of sugar. I will be relocating to DR by the end of this year and since i know that DR is one of the top sugar exporters in the world i was wondering if any one has any USEFUL information on EXPORTING. thanks in advance

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    yes, i have some good advice for you. FORGET IT.

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    Sugar is cheaper in Europe

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    Yes, consider yourself an ant in the world of anteaters!

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    Contact the DR Centre for Export and Investment:
    Centro de Exportación e Inversión de República Dominicana | CEI-RD

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    there are only two types of sugar produced on a mass basis in the DR. one is cream sugar, the light brown stuff, and the other is the refined white sugar. the excess unrefined cream sugar all goes to the USA, by arrangement. on the refined side, not one ounce is exported. you cannot get it. if you could, i would be rich, since i tried to source 250,000 tons for a middle eastern concern, and the commission would have been sweet. you just cannot get it. FORGET IT.

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    Gorgon: THank you for your posts. Some people think that this country is what? Some sort of Utopia, up in the air and away from the rest of the world>>>??? Sheesh!! And then they say we are harsh...nasty. No, we are not! Not at all.

    But can you imagine even thinking that you can come into a country that has lived by exporting coffee, sugar, tobacco, and cacao for more than a hundred years and waltz in and purchase product??? Where the #$% are their heads? They think that because they have a few pennies that they can buy whatever it is that they want...They never heard of Commodity markets???

    Man oh man...welcome to the Shark Tank...

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    Table 1. Sugarcane In The world: Area, Production And Productivity (2003)

    Country Area
    (million ha) Production (million tons) Productivity
    (Tons/ha)
    Brazil 5.343 386.2 72.3
    India 4.608 289.6 62.8
    China 1.328 92.3 65.5
    Thailand 0.970 64.4 66.4
    Pakistan 1.086 52.0 47.9
    Mexico 0.639 45.1 70.6
    Colombia 0.435 36.6 84.1
    Australia 0.423 36.0 85.1
    USA 0.404 31.3 77.5
    Philippines 0.385 25.8 67.1
    Indonesia 0.350 25.6 73.1
    Cuba 0.654 22.9 35.0
    South Africa 0.325 20.6 63.4
    Argentina 0.295 19.2 65.2
    Myanmar 0.165 7.5 45.4
    Bangladesh 0.166 6.8 41.2
    WORLD 20.42 1333.2 65.2


    Below are the leading sugar exporters for 2009-10.

    * Brazil … 17.7 million tons (39% of global sugar exports)
    * European Union … 8.1 million (18%)
    * Australia … 4.1 million (9%)
    * Thailand … 2.6 million (5.8%)
    * SADC … 1.6 million (3.6%)
    * Guatemala … 1.5 million (3.3%)
    * India … 1.4 million (3.1)
    * Persian Gulf … 1.3 million (2.9%)
    * South Africa … 1.3 million (2.9%)
    * Cuba … 1.2 million (2.7%)


    Less then 5 minutes on Google. Don't ya just love a guy that has done his homework?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbogdan83 View Post
    Hello guys,

    I have a friend of mine who has a few companies in Turkey that are interested in purchasing a fair amount of sugar. I will be relocating to DR by the end of this year and since i know that DR is one of the top sugar exporters in the world i was wondering if any one has any USEFUL information on EXPORTING. thanks in advance
    Why so many haters ??

    Ignore them. There is always room for smart and innovative entrepreneurs. Find a way to make it work.

    good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdolo View Post
    Why so many haters ??

    Ignore them. There is always room for smart and innovative entrepreneurs. Find a way to make it work.

    good luck
    to kdolo..finally a smart person on here.. the more time i spend on this site the more ignorant people like the ones above i run into.. especially hillbilly.. if you read any of his comments on any post he does nothing but put people down and bring negativity.. i am sure he is a waiter some where making 500$ a month at a small restaurant.. its all good.. the more dumb people we have on this planet the easier life will be for the smart ones.. keep up the good work!!

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