American Sugar Refining, the world's largest sugar refining company, has become the majority shareholder of Belize Sugar Industries (BSI), the chief supplier of Fair Trade-certified sugar globally, reports Caribbean News Now (Oct.
What does ASR stand for?
ASR stands for American Sugar Refining
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- Anniston Software Repository
- Annual Safety Report (clinical trials)
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- Annual Staff Report
- Annuario Statistico Regionale (Italian: Regional Statistical Yearbook)
- Answer Seizure Ratio
- Answer Supervision Rate (telecommunications)
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Osman's joker is a literary figure who "can comment on the king's law" and an entertainer who enacts our social prejudices by wearing blackface; "joker" is also legal jargon, meaning "a hidden clause in an otherwise transparent law" Osman's source lexicon is the 1912 Congressional hearings held to investigate the monopoly powers of the American Sugar Refining Company.
The group is selling its European sugar refining business, which includes its Golden Syrup factory in London, to American Sugar Refining - and has given the US firm a perpetual worldwide licence to use the famous brand name.
Tate & Lyle said it has signed an agreement for the sale of its EU Sugar Refining operations (EUS) to American Sugar Refining.
The pounds 211m sale to American Sugar Refining (ASR) includes Tate's Golden Syrup factory in London and a perpetual worldwide licence to use the famous brand name.
The businesses being bought by American Sugar Refining also includes operations in Portugal.
But Jonathan Bamberger of American Sugar Refining told Your Money: "Jobs are safe and there will be no redundancies.