Foreign subsidies have made sugar the world’s most distorted commodity market. Still, America imports more sugar than most other countries. Existing trade deals provide preferential access to 41 countries.
U.S. producers want to eliminate all global sugar subsidies and let a true free market take shape. While the countries below are among the worst offenders, market-disrupting policies are commonplace in most countries around the world.
India: $1.7 billion/year (PDF)