India's National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange (NCDEX)
has sought to reassure the markets over the delivery of its
sugar futures contract following a 10% fall in prices over the
past two months.
The exchange has pointed to falling global sugar prices and
local overstocking as reasons for the lack of buyers, and not
"sustained selling pressures," that would imply a squeeze by
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