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QB 21–315 2021 Raw Sugar Re-Allocations


Raw Cane Sugar as provided for in Chapter 17, Additional U.S. Note 5


October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021

REFERENCE:   QB 21-315


USTR announced in the Federal Register Notice Volume 86, No.129 dated July 9, 2021, a reallocation of 76,571,000 kg of the initial FY 2021 raw sugar TRQ from countries unable to fill their previous allocation.  These allocations are based on the countries’ shipment history to the United States.  The new restraint levels are as follows:


***49,243,000 KG

Australia***95,050,000 KG
Barbados**7,371,000 KG
Belize***12,598,000 KG
Bolivia***9,161,000 KG
Brazil***166,052,000 KG
Colombia***27,484,000 KG
Congo*0 KG
Costa Rica***17,177,000 KG
Cote d’Ivoire*0 KG
Dominican Republic***201,552,000 KG
Ecuador***12,598,000 KG
El Salvador***29,775,000 KG
Fiji***10,306,000 KG
Gabon*0 KG*0 KG*0 KG
Guatemala***54,969,000 KG
Guyana***13,742,000 KG
Haiti*0 KG
Honduras***11,451,000 KG
India***9,161,000 KG
Jamaica***12,598,000 KG
Madagascar*0 KG
Malawi***11,451,000 KG
Mauritius***13,742,000 KG
Mozambique***14,889,000 KG
Nicaragua***24,049,000 KG
Panama***33,210,000 KG
Papua New Guinea*0 KG
Paraguay**7,258,000 KG
Peru***46,953,000 KG
Philippines**142,161,000 KG
South Africa***26,339,000 KG
St. Kitts & Nevis*0 KG
Eswatini (Swaziland)***18,323,000 KG
Taiwan*0 KG
Thailand***16,033,000 KG
Trinidad-Tobago*0 KG
Uruguay***1,500,000 KG
Zimbabwe***13,742,000 KG

 * Quantity removed

 ** Quantity unchanged

 *** Quantity increased

**** Quantity decreased

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Last Modified: Sep 30, 2021