A GROUP of least developed countries have called on the European Union to increase by 20 times within 10 years the amount of sugar it imports duty-free. Sudan, Mozambique, Bangladesh and Nepal want duty-free quotas raised to more than 1.6 million tonnes by 2012/13.

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