The Mexican export expansion under this alternative scenario is about 700,000 strv, from a baseline level of 1.8 million strv.
The December 2016 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) forecast is that US imports of Mexican sugar will reach 0.972 million strv in 2016-17 under the suspension agreement.
USDA announced a further increase in fiscal year 2005 Overall Allotment Quantity (OAQ), which is the quantity of domestic sugar that may enter the market, of 105,000 short tons raw value (STRV).
In addition, USDA will increase the fiscal year 2006 global on a first-come, first-served tariff-rate quota (TRQ) for refined sugar of 75,000 STRV basis.
The specialty sugar, Mexican and Canadian allocations of the fiscal year 2006 refined sugar TRQ are unchanged and the total fiscal year 2006 refined sugar TRQ is now 129,013 STRV. In an earlier announcement on Aug.