GROWERS SAY IF THE SUBSIDY IS CUT:
        -- As many as 420,000 U.S. farm jobs would be lost
        -- Farmers would face subsidized European competition 
        -- World sugar prices would soar, causing higher U.S. prices
      
      BUYERS SAY IF THE SUBSIDY REMAINS:
        -- U.S. buyers may be forced to move overseas
        -- Consumers will pay an extra $1.4 billion annually 
        -- U.S. prices will stay 8 cents per pound higher than elsewhere
      DATA: FLORIDA SUGAR CANE LEAGUE, U.S. SWEETENER USERS ASSN.
      
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