Report on the Mauritius sugar industry
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Report on the Mauritius sugar industry by Watts, Francis Sir

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Published by H.M. Stationery Off. in London .
Written in English



  • Mauritius.


  • Sugar growing -- Mauritius.,
  • Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Mauritius.

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Statementby Sir Francis Watts, K.C.M.G., 1929. Presented by the Secretary of State for the Colonies to Parliament by command of His Majesty, March, 1930.
Series[Great Britain. Parliament. Papers by command], Cmd. 3518
LC ClassificationsHD9117.M3 W3
The Physical Object
Pagination55 p. incl. tables, forms.
Number of Pages55
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6742881M
LC Control Number30013429

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Annual report: Annual Report of the Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute for Vol No pp + xxv Abstract: Cane breeding and selection: Preliminary results indicated that more seedlings seedlings Subject Category: Miscellaneous. The first sugar mill was set up at Villebague in Subsequent colonial powers (France and then Great Britain) used the slave trade and the indentured labour system to expand and consolidate the industry. At its peak, there were sugar mills in in Mauritius. Sugar has been traded under the Commonwealth Sugar Agreement since and. Mauritius - Sugar Industry Project (English) The Sugar Industry Project will provide foreign exchange for: (a) the acquisition and importation of machinery, equipment, capital and intermediate goods, and raw materials required for the rehabilitation and modernization of sugar mills; (b) . Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute Annual Report p. 48, Ta line 29 should read: iii) 02 is approximately equal to t (Cb2 + Cm2 + 2 Cbrn) p. 51, Discarded Varieties: Varieties resistant to R/ll11l11il/(! disease; poor prrfornumce: After M/57 read M/57 instead of M/57 Statistical Tables p. XI Table XIV, Column A.

  Sugar is the history of Mauritius,” says Jacques d’Unienville, chief executive of Omnicane, the largest sugar producer in Mauritius. “80% of the population is descended from people who came here because of sugar,” he says. “The nation was built around sugar.” The restructuring of the industry is also leading to more mergers. Mauritius - The sugar sector: problems and prospects (English) Abstract. Although the sugar sector is the single most important sector in the Mauritian economy today, it has undergone a reversal of its previous favorable performance. The aim of this study is therefore to examine the role played by various factors in shaping. Arvin Boolell, MP The report is yet to be made public, but its findings are all over the place. It has provoked the wrath of workers and planters. The contents are yet to percolate through the wider public. As a former Minister of Agriculture who had been in the vanguard of reform in the Sugar [ ]. Europe Date Sugar Market to - Regional Analysis and Forecasts by Form ; End Use ; Origin ; Sales Channel, and Geography March $

“Mauritius Cane Industry Authority” means the Mauritius Cane Industry Authority established under the Mauritius Cane Industry Authority Act; “Mauritius Sugar Industry Research Institute”has the same meaning as “MSIRI” in section 66(4)(a)of the Mauritius Cane Industry AuthorityAct. (ii) in subsection (9),by deleting the words“or(6)”File Size: 60KB. MAURITIUS SUGAR INDUSTRY RESEARCH INSTITUTE ANNUAL REPORT Printed by C LAU DE MARRIER d'UNIENVILLE The Mauritius Printing Cy, Ltd. 37, Sir William Newton Street. PROJECT COMPLETION REPORT MAURITIUS SUGAR INDUSTRY PROJECT (LOAN MAS) PREFACE This is the Project Completion Report (PCR) for the Sugar Industry Project in Mauritius (Loan MAS), for which a loan of US$30 million was approved on J, became. This section presents statistics on the following key areas: Sugar Industry, Tea & Tobacco, Food crops, Livestock & Fisheries. The Food Balance Sheet and Producer Price Index-Agriculture are also available.