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Before the holiday season New Delhi, and India, are limiting their sugar production, but for what reason?
You might be thinking that they are trying to be healthy, but really it is a way to earn more money. Sugar mills are not allowed to hold more than 8 percent of their output by the end of October.
Basically, what that means is whatever amount of sugar they produce, they can only sell 8 percent of it. For example if they have 100 grams of sugar in stock, (Not actual amount.) then they can only sell 8 grams of it.
That basically means that sugar from New Delhi will cost more, so some of your favorite goods might increase in price. Giving them more money.
Edited by Hannah L, Rachel I, and Grace T