Friday, November 20, 2015

Florida's First Family Of Corporate Welfare

The Fanjul brothers, 
the shadowy kings of Florida sugar. 
The latticework of loans and tariffs that make up the U.S. sugar program force Americans to pay about twice as much as the rest of the world for the sugar they eat, and few have benefited more from the industry subsidies 
($2 billion annually) than Pepe Fanjul and his family. here

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