ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Pakistan bought 50,000 tonnes of white sugar on Wednesday in a tender for 200,000 tonnes opened at the weekend, while raw sugar futures fell to their lowest in seven months. It paid $649 a tonne cost and freight for this amount and also issued a new tender to buy another 200,000 tonnes. Pakistan is buying sugar from the international market after a forecast its 2009/10 crop would produce about 3 million tonnes of white sugar against annual demand of 4.2 million tonnes. The contract for 50,000 tonnes of sugar has been awarded to Sadan General Trading, said a spokesman for the Trading Corporation of Pakistan (TCP), which issued the tender. Sadans offer was the second lowest after that of the American Investment Group, which failed to get the contract after the TCP found the bid bond it had submitted was not in line with TCP terms, another TCP official said. The TCP last month scrapped two tenders over problems with the lowest bidders. Earlier in the day, the TCP issued a new tender to import 200,000 tonnes of white sugar, the spokesman said. Bids for the tender could be submitted by March 27, and the bids would be opened the same day, he told Reuters. Another tender issued on Feb. 22 for 200,000 tonnes of white sugar will be opened on March. 20. Raw sugar futures on ICE fell by more than 5 percent on Wednesday to their lowest in seven months, breaking through the 20.0 cents a lb level for the first time since August 2009. In February, Pakistan bought 100,000 tonnes of white sugar in two tenders, and a TCP official said the supply would start coming in from this month. Pakistan buys sugar through international tenders and is in negotiations with the United Arab Emirates to buy 650,000 tonnes of white sugar on deferred payment, the head of TCP said last week. A senior Finance Ministry official with the knowledge of the negotiations said on Wednesday a committee formed to evaluate the UAE offer had submitted initial findings but that it needed more time and data before making a recommendation.