Vietnam coffee exports seen falling to six-year low by Intimex

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Vietnam coffee exports seen falling to six-year low by Intimex

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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Starbucks sells Dalat coffee at local shops

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VOV News English 5 month(s) ago 1 related news

Starbucks sells Dalat coffee at local shops

Starbucks Reserve coffee grown in Cau Dat District, Dalat City has been made available for guests to order at Starbucks stores in Vietnam.

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Starbucks sells Dalat coffee at local shops

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VietnamNet English 5 month(s) ago 1 related news

Starbucks sells Dalat coffee at local shops

Starbucks Reserve coffee grown in Cau Dat District, Dalat City has been made available for guests to order at Starbucks stores in Vietnam.

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Nescafé Plan boosts farmers’ income

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Báo Đầu Tư English 6 month(s) ago 1 duplicate news

Nescafe Plan boosts farmers’ income

After five years of implementation, Nescafé Plan- a cooperative programme between the world's leading nutrition, health, and wellness company Nestlé, Western Highlands Agriculture and Forestry Science Institute (WASI), and other partners- has contributed to improving the quality and raising coffee yield by 14 per cent per hectare (ha).

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Vietnam coffee growers in no hurry to pick beans as prices slide

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Báo Thanh Niên English 7 month(s) ago

Vietnam coffee growers in no hurry to pick beans as prices slide

The coffee harvest in Vietnam, the top producer of robusta beans used by Nestle SA, is progressing at a slower-than-normal pace as low prices and high inventories from the previous crop discourage farmers from picking new fruit.

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Brazilian rains jolt coffee market, slow Vietnam harvest

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VOV News English 7 month(s) ago

Brazilian rains jolt coffee market, slow Vietnam harvest

(VOV) - Coffee futures in London lost ground on October 16-17 with prices of robusta coffee falling US$42 per metric ton on forecasts of rains producing an abundant upcoming harvest in top producer Brazil.

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Coffee lovers rejoice

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Coffee lovers rejoice

As part of their reform and development strategy in Vietnam, Nestlé Vietnam officially introduced NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto coffee-makers and smart capsules to Vietnamese consumers last week.

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Espresso King undercut as Brazil currency rout spurs bean export

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Báo Thanh Niên English 8 month(s) ago

Espresso King undercut as Brazil currency rout spurs bean export

Your morning espresso may soon be a little more Brazilian.

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Vietnam's export diversification starts to bear fruit

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Vietnam's export diversification starts to bear fruit

Vietnam and the Philippines are set to reap the rewards of diversifying their exports, helping fireproof the two economies from plunging commodity prices. Indonesia and Malaysia's failure to do so now represents a risk to Asia's 2016 outlook.

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Vietnamese coffee sold at Starbucks shops & what’s next?

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VOV News English 8 month(s) ago 1 related news

Vietnamese coffee sold at Starbucks shops & what’s next?

Starbucks’ announcement to sell Vietnamese coffee at more than 21,500 shops in 56 countries is good news, but it also reveals weaknesses of the Vietnamese coffee industry, according to Dien Dan Doanh Nghiep (Business Forum) Newspaper.

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Vietnamese coffee sold at Starbucks shops & what’s next?

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Vietnamese coffee sold at Starbucks shops & what’s next?

VietNamNet Bridge - Starbucks’ announcement to sell Vietnamese coffee at more than 21,500 shops in 56 countries is good news, but it also reveals weaknesses of the Vietnamese coffee industry, according to Dien Dan Doanh Nghiep Newspaper.

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Agriculture sector faces tough times ahead

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VietnamNet English 8 month(s) ago

Agriculture sector faces tough times ahead

VietNamNet Bridge – Experts of the Institute for Policy and Strategy of Agriculture and Rural Development (IPSARD) have warned that Vietnam’s agricultural sector will continue to face tough times ahead due to fiercer competition and oversupply on global markets.

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Exporters undercut as global rivals benefit more from currency effects

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VOV News English 9 month(s) ago 1 related news

Exporters undercut as global rivals benefit more from currency effects

Export earnings from Vietnamese farm commodities have fallen after many countries let their currencies depreciate significantly, giving their exporters more ability to undercut rivals.

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Vietnamese exporters undercut as global rivals benefit more from currency effects

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Vietnamese exporters undercut as global rivals benefit more from currency effects

Export earnings from Vietnamese farm commodities have fallen after many countries let their currencies depreciate significantly, giving their exporters more ability to undercut rivals.

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Brazilian currency sinks coffee exports

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VOV News English 9 month(s) ago

Brazilian currency sinks coffee exports

(VOV) -A decline in the currency of Brazil, the world’s largest coffee exporter, has made it more attractive for Brazilian farmers to sell their beans than to stockpile them, resulting in a glut in the market and tumbling sales prices.

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