Manila Times - - Business Times - South­east­Asi­aLtd.–amember suLimited–com­pris­ingDeloitte prac­tices op­er­at­ing in Brunei, Cam­bo­dia, Guam, In­done­sia, Lao PDR, Malaysia, Myan­mar, Philip­pines,Sin­ga­pore,Thai­land, andViet­nam.

An of­fi­cial state­ment on the planned im­por­ta­tion, he said, could be re­leased on Mon­day, . Do­mes­tic raw sugar pro­duc­tion ends in Au­gust.

The re­duced out­put prompted the Sugar Reg­u­la­tory Ad­min­is­tra­tion (SRA) to cut ex­ports to the world mar­ket and al­lo­cate more for do­mes­tic con­sump­tion.

In June, the SRA al­lowed the im­por­ta­tion of 200,000 MT of sugar to ar­rest a surge in do­mes­tic prices.

Prior to this, the Philip­pines im­ported 100,000 MT of sugar

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