* Thai sugar premiums may stay at 9-month high * China's demand expected to support premiums * Vietnamese coffee farmers could hold back stocks By Lewa Pardomuan SINGAPORE, May 28 (Reuters) - Thai sugar premiums are likely to stay near their 9-month high levels this week as strong Chinese demand helps offset abundant global supplies, while coffee premiums could be dictated by sales from top robusta producer Vietnam, dealers said on Monday. Thai raw sugar premiums have jumped to their ...
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