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November 15, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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The Fiji Sugar Corporation (FSC) has processed 1.4million tonnes of sugar cane to date, says FSC chairman Abdul Khan.

“We also have in excess of 143,000 tonnes of cane to harvest,” said Khan.

Khan told FijiLive they needed the support of all workers to extract the maximum raw sugar.

He said FSC is certain that everything will normalise soon and all they have to do is work together.

When asked about what they would like to see in the next budget, Khan said all they needed was support from government.

“We are not looking for any substantive funding,” he said.

By Mereani Gonedua

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