The Making of a Sugar Giant: Tate and Lyle, 1859-1989

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Taylor & Francis, 1990 - Business & Economics - 782 pages
First Published in 1990. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

Part
1
Chapter II
25
The daily management of a refinery
51
Chapter IV
69
Chapter V
87
Chapter VI
115
Part
129
Chapter VIII
139
Chapter XXIII
387
Chapter XXIV
399
Chapter XXV
407
Part Four
429
Chapter XXVII
439
Chapter XXVIII
461
Chapter XXIX
477
The end of sugar colonialism
503

Chapter IX
159
Chapter X
179
Tate and Lyle during the interwar period
193
Chapter XII
217
Chapter XIII
233
Part Three
257
British sugar policy before Great Britains entry into
279
The Sugar Bill and organization inside Great Britain
285
Chapter XVI
291
Chapter XVII
307
Chapter XVIII
323
Chapter XIX
347
Chapter XX
365
Chapter XXI
371
Chapter XXII
377
Chapter XXXI
531
Chapter XXXII
543
Chapter XXXIII
553
Tate and Lyles World of Commodity Trading
569
oils and fats
590
Chapter XXXV
605
Chapter XXXVI
619
1 improvement of refining techniques
644
TheTate and Lyle group from 1965 to 1980
651
CONCLUSION
677
POSTSCRIPT 701
701
SOURCES 719
719
BIBLIOGRAPHY 761
761
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