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FLORIDA SUGAR CANE LEAGUE TO CRITICIZE ECONOMIC STUDY AT PRESS CONFERENCE

 FLORIDA SUGAR CANE LEAGUE TO CRITICIZE
 ECONOMIC STUDY AT PRESS CONFERENCE
 The Florida Sugar Cane League will hold a press conference at 3 p.m. today at the West Palm Beach Airport Hilton to criticize an economic study conducted for the South Florida Water Management District.
 In attendance will be Leo C. Polopolus, professor of Food and Resource Economics at the University of Florida and former president of the American Agricultural Economics Association. He will address the report's methodology and conclusions. Also on hand will be Malcolm Wade, vice president of U.S. Sugar Corp. and a member of the League's Environmental Quality Committee.
 Place: West Palm Beach Airport Hilton
 Sable Conference Room
 Time: 3 p.m.
 CONTACT: Ray Casas or Linda Greck, 305-372-1234.
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