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BEIJING, May 22 (Reuters) - China's sugar futures tumbled into negative territory and dropped more than 1 percent as traders said the government's decision to slap hefty import duties on sweetener was too lenient where to stay in myanmar - https://www.myanmartour.com/hit-myanmar-tours-accommodation-guide_n64.ht... stem the flow of sugar into the world's top importer.

* At 0259 GMT, the most-active futures were down 0.73 percent at 6,672 yuan ($968.43) per tonne.

* The ruling was inline with a draft proposal issued in April, which many traders said was too low to stop the hefty flow of foreign arrivals that has damaged the domestic industry.

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* One trader in China said the vast list of countries excluded from the ruling reduced its significance. ($1 = 6.8895 Chinese yuan renminbi) (Reporting by Josephine Mason)