Käännökset & esimerkit
expand_more Voiko komissio todeta pyrkivänsä siihen, että sokeri julistetaan araksi tuotteeksi?
Sokeri on merkittävä osatekijä kuluttajan tavanomaisissa ostoksissa.
Meille sokeri on makeaa, mutta Brasilian maattomat puhuvat veren makuisesta sokerista.
Esimerkkejä "sugar"-ilmaisun käytöstä suomeksi
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EnglishI refer in particular to the concern about the very sensitive sugar beet issue.
EnglishThis is particularly apparent in the sugar market, but not only in that market.
EnglishIt would also make it necessary to import two million tonnes of sugar a year.
EnglishTariff quotas for imports into Bulgaria and Romania of raw cane sugar (vote)
EnglishGiven the high sugar price at EU level, Philip Morris has been compensated for this.
EnglishThe system for producing sugar from sugar beet is a self-financing system.
EnglishThis means that we have to take more than 6 million tonnes of sugar out of production.
EnglishCan the Commission say that it will seek to have sugar declared a sensitive product?
EnglishContrary to received wisdom, global sugar consumption already outstrips demand.
EnglishIn other words, this is merely a sugar-coated version of the neoliberal agenda.
EnglishThe inevitable consequence is the closure of the sugar industry in some Member States.
EnglishThey will receive this direct aid even if they stop producing sugar beet.
EnglishWe in Ireland have recently witnessed the demise of the Irish sugar industry.
EnglishMr President, Commissioner, the common market organisation for sugar worked.
EnglishThe Czech Republic has already decreased its sugar production by more than 20%.
EnglishBasically we are favourably disposed to a reform of the Community sugar sector.
EnglishThe beekeeping community has been calling for cheaper sugar with which to feed the bees.
EnglishBritish sugar producers act responsibly and are not the cause of the problem.
EnglishSugar policy is governed by big business and the self-centredness of the big farmers.
EnglishPreviously, subsidised EU sugar exports were regarded as immoral; now they are illegal.