Bitter market for local coffee

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Bitter market for local coffee

The Kingdom’s once-promising home-grown coffee industry has been laid low by adverse weather and fierce global competition, with the total area under coffee cultivation cut in half over the last three years as desperate farmers switch to other crops, a senior official at the Ministry of Agriculture said yesterday.

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Phu Quoc’s tourist attractions

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Báo Đầu Tư English 1 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news

Phu Quoc’s tourist attractions

Phu Quoc island in Kien Giang province attracts tourists for its beautiful scenery and also many special products like fish sauce, pepper, rose myrtle wine and juice. These local products have made Phu Quoc famous.

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Belgian hospitals introduce robot receptionists

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Belgian hospitals introduce robot receptionists

Pepper is taking up reception duties at hospitals in Ostend and Liege, where he was unveiled at the Centre Hospitalier Regional La Citadelle on Monday.

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GI status for Tbong Khmum pepper unlikely

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GI status for Tbong Khmum pepper unlikely

With 72 per cent of Cambodian black pepper production coming from Tbong Khmum province, agriculture officials are calling for it to receive Geographic Indicator (GI) status to promote the spice for export.

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Australia police use pepper spray as nationalists clash with anti-racism protesters

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Australia police use pepper spray as nationalists clash with anti-racism protesters

Australian police used pepper spray to break up clashes between rightwing nationalists and anti-racism protesters on the streets of Melbourne on Saturday as Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said eliminating racism was still a "work in progress".

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Quang Ngai farmers earn high profits as chili pepper prices soar

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Quang Ngai farmers earn high profits as chili pepper prices soar

Farmers in the central province of Quang Ngai have been happy to see chili prices soaring over the past few days.

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Gov’t offers advice to drought-hit farmers

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Gov’t offers advice to drought-hit farmers

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has issued a directive providing technical know-how for coffee and pepper growers in the Central Highlands and Southeast regions to combat the prolonged drought in these areas.

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Drought hits pepper farmers on Phu Quoc

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Drought hits pepper farmers on Phu Quoc

Serious drought is greatly affecting life of hundreds of local households and their pepper farms on Phu Quoc Island.

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Vietnamese farmers cut down dying plants amid historic drought

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Vietnamese farmers cut down dying plants amid historic drought

Vo Lam Ba in Gia Lai Province has been busy removing all the plants on his black pepper plantation of more than 1.2 hectares.

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BUSINESS IN BRIEF 9/3

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VietnamNet English 6 month(s) ago 1 related news

BUSINESS IN BRIEF 9/3

When buying high and selling low makes sense

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Social News 7/3

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Social News 7/3

People with HIV lack legal aid

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Vietnam farmers bury chili plants alive as buyer breaks promise

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Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 6 month(s) ago

Vietnam farmers bury chili plants alive as buyer breaks promise

Several dozen of hectares of chili pepper crops in the north-central Vietnamese province of Nghe An have been ‘buried alive’ as the company that had promised to buy them did not show up at harvest time.

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Vietnam coffee exports seen falling to six-year low, pepper sales to rise

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Vietnam coffee exports seen falling to six-year low, pepper sales to rise

Coffee exports from Vietnam, the biggest producer of robusta beans, may fall to the lowest in six years, as farmers hold out for higher prices, amid a forecast global supply shortage, according to the nation’s largest shipper.

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Top pepper producer Vietnam seen boosting 2016 exports by 13%

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Top pepper producer Vietnam seen boosting 2016 exports by 13%

Pepper shipments from Vietnam, the world’s biggest producer, will likely rise 13 percent this year, pushing down export prices, according to the chairman of the nation’s industry group.

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Branding to add more value

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VietStock FI English 6 month(s) ago

British filmmaker and trade envoy David Puttnam has a long connection with Cambodia. The producer of the 1984 film The Killing Fields, he has returned frequently to the country as the UK Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. He recently sat down with the Post’s Cheng Sokhorng to discuss the role and importance of branding Cambodian products to increase their value and market penetration overseas.

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