Review of the UK’s raw cane sugar ATQ and related considerations
Tuesday, March 26, 2024
The UK government is seeking the views of stakeholders on the UK raw cane sugar ATQ and related considerations. This is to fulfil its public commitment to review the raw cane sugar ATQ before the end of 2024. As well as inviting responses to specific questions on the main raw cane sugar ATQ options, there are other relevant tariff and quota options for raw cane sugar, including the UKGT rate, available for implementation from 1 January 2025. The government is considering those options and welcomes views on whether or not maintaining the UKGT rate would be appropriate; and any other information on wider import routes for raw cane sugar that might be relevant for government decisions in regard to this consultation. The government is also considering whether or not any changes to the raw cane sugar ATQ would be appropriate in 2024 and invites stakeholders’ views on this.
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