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QB 24-315B 2024 Raw Sugar Reallocations

Commodity:

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

Quota Period:

October 1, 2023, through September 30, 2024.

Reference:

QB 23-303

Background:

USTR announced in the Federal Register Notice Volume 89, No.19636 dated March 19, 2024, a reallocation of 125,000,000 kg of the initial FY 2024 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:

Restraint Level
Country Quantity

Argentina 

61,852,000 KG

Australia 

134,946,000 KG

Barbados 

4,314,000 KG

Belize 

17,884,000 KG

Bolivia 

13,006,000 KG

Brazil 

235,748,000 KG

Colombia 

39,020,000 KG

Congo 

0 KG

Costa Rica 

24,387,000 KG

Cote d’Ivoire 

0 KG

Dominican Republic 

189,343,000 KG

Ecuador 

17,884,000 KG

El Salvador 

42,272,000 KG

Fiji 

14,586,000 KG

Gabon 

 0 KG

Guatemala 

78,041,000 KG

Guyana 

19,511,000 KG

Haiti 

0 KG

Honduras 

16,258,000 KG

India 

8,606,000 KG

Jamaica 

17,884,000 KG

Madagascar

0 KG

Malawi 

14,384,000 KG

Mauritius 

17,262,000 KG

Mozambique 

21,136,000 KG

Nicaragua 

0 KG

Panama 

41,715,000 KG

Papua New Guinea 

0 KG

Paraguay 

7,258,000 KG

Peru 

66,660,000 KG

Philippines 

25.300,000 KG

South Africa 

37,394,000 KG

St. Kitts & Nevis 

0 KG

Eswatini (Swaziland) 

26,013,000 KG

Taiwan

0 KG

Thailand

22,762,000 KG

Trinidad- Tobago

0 KG

Uruguay

0 KG

Zimbabwe

12,910,000 KG

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Last Modified: Mar 20, 2024