MEXICO CITY, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Mexico's sugar chamber said on Tuesday it was prepared to agree to a deal that limits Mexican sugar exports to the United States, and said any deal would have to fix an export minimum of at least 1 million tonnes per cycle.
The chamber said it believed a deal could be reached before the United States resolves an anti-dumping quota in October.
(Reporting by Adriana Barrera; Editing by Simon Gardner)
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