The generous export subsidy for sugar may only solve half the problem but it is certainly going to help the sugar companies in the short to medium term. As you would be aware, the cabinet approved sugar export subsidy of Rs.6268 crore for sugar mills to export sugar. That is more because, cost of producing sugar in India is substantially higher than countries like Brazil and Australia. With global sugar prices falling, Indian sugar mills could only compete in the world market is through government subsidies. Hence this will help the sugar companies to give a boost to their exports and improve working capital conditions. For a long time, sugar has been a very sensitive topic; politically and socially. That is the reason governments have gone out of their way to keep the sugar farmers and the sugar mills happy. But considering the positive sentiments you can certainly look at Balrampur and Dhampur.