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mardi 24 décembre 2019

Why Starbucks and other international chains are way less popular than local coffee shops in Vietnam

As the world’s second largest coffee exporter, Vietnam knows its coffee. The country is famous for a thick, heavy brew sweetened with condensed milk.

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mercredi 7 novembre 2018

World craving for Vietnam's robusta coffee has exports surging

Coffee shipments from Vietnam will set a new record this year, supported by global demand for its key robusta variety.

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mercredi 22 août 2018

Vietnam’s coffee growers face profit squeeze from bumper crop

Farmers fear record output and competition from other countries will depress prices

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jeudi 2 août 2018

Vietnam coffee growers expecting record crop in coming season

Coffee farmers in Vietnam, the largest producer of robusta beans, are tipped to have a record crop next season after good weather favored plant development and replanting boosted yields. Local prices remain low.

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mardi 13 février 2018

Vietnam's coffee exports may climb 9% on rising production

Coffee shipments from Vietnam, the world’s biggest robusta producer, will surge this year as farmers harvest a bigger crop, according to Industry and Trade Minister Tran Tuan Anh.

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jeudi 26 octobre 2017

Asia Coffee - Rainfall could affect harvest in Vietnam

Vietnam is expected to see intermittent rainfall over the next 10 days, which together with recent crop-friendly rains may affect harvesting in the second biggest coffee producer, while Indonesia's market was quiet, traders said.

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jeudi 1 décembre 2016

Vietnam faces dilemma on forests as climate change threatens coffee crops

Vietnam is the world’s largest producer of Coffea canephora, or Robusta coffee, which is mainly used to make instant coffee and other lower-quality products

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mardi 19 juillet 2016

Vietnam's coffee prices hit 12-month high

The coffee price in Vietnam's Central Highlands Dak Lak province at one time reached 38.9 million Vietnamese dong (1,729 U.S. dollars) per ton during the week, the highest since June 29, 2015, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) on Tuesday.

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mardi 28 juin 2016

Drought in Vietnam holds back growth as farming takes knock

Economic growth in Vietnam was little changed in the second quarter as a crippling drought hurt farming output and demand for exports weakened.

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lundi 25 avril 2016

Coffee crops die in Vietnam, Thai rice yield shrinks

Across much of central and north-eastern Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam's Mekong Delta rice bowl, temperatures are soaring into the 40s, and are likely to stay there until around the middle of next month.

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jeudi 3 mars 2016

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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dimanche 28 février 2016

A sad year for Vietnam’s coffee industry

The Robusta price in the past had climbed to as much as VND50 million per ton, which helped many farmers get rich. However, it has tumbled dramatically to below production cost. No organization has forecast a bright future for the coffee industry in 2016.

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mardi 9 juin 2015

Vietnam coffee farmers hoarding most robusta since 2010

Farmers in Vietnam are holding the biggest unsold coffee inventory in at least five years months before they’re forecast to harvest a bumper crop. Prices fell.

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lundi 6 octobre 2014

Vietnam : Ho Chi Minh City's coffee culture

It’s coffee, but not as we know it. In Ho Chi Minh City, Nicola Graydon learns to love the drink that fuels a nation

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jeudi 11 septembre 2014

Coffee reserves in Vietnam shrinking to lowest since 2011

Coffee growers in Vietnam, the top producer of robusta beans used by Nestle SA, are probably holding the smallest stockpiles in three years after rising prices boosted sales, signaling a shortage in global supplies.

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dimanche 27 juillet 2014

Coffee growers in Vietnam seen reaping bigger crop

Coffee farmers in Vietnam, the world’s top grower of robusta beans, are forecast to gather a record crop in the 12 months from October 2015 as they improve cultivation methods and replace old trees with new varieties.

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samedi 8 mars 2014

Drought in Vietnam causes coffee headache

Coffee production in Vietnam, the world's biggest producer of robusta beans, will be significantly lower than last year due to cold and dry weather, the Vietnam Coffee-Cocoa Association said Thursday.

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jeudi 15 août 2013

Crippling debts and bankruptcies brew Vietnam coffee crisis

HO CHI MINH CITY - SINGAPORE - Desks are empty, the office silence broken only by a handful of staff chit-chatting or playing on cellphones. It's another slow day at the headquarters of Vinacafe, a state-owned firm once the vanguard of Vietnam's coffee export boom.

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samedi 5 janvier 2013

Starbucks to open first cafe in coffee-crazy Vietnam

HANOI -- Starbucks will open its first Vietnam cafe early next month in Ho Chi Minh City as part of its strategy to expand across Asia, the company said Thursday.

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samedi 17 novembre 2012

Vietnam coffee farmers seen harvesting 35% of crop, selling 15%

Coffee farmers in Vietnam, the world’s largest producer of the robusta variety, have harvested 35 percent of the crop that started Oct. 1 and sold about 15 percent, according to Amsterdam-based trader Nedcoffee BV.

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mercredi 10 octobre 2012

Vietnam coffee price fell to 2-week low as season started

Coffee prices in Vietnam, the largest producer of the robusta variety used in instant drinks and espresso, fell to the lowest level in more than two weeks on stockpile sales with the start of the new season.

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lundi 3 septembre 2012

Coffee harvest in Vietnam set to drop from record on weather

Coffee production in Vietnam, the biggest grower of the robusta variety used in instant drinks and espressos, is poised to decline from a record on drier weather in the key growing region.

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mardi 7 février 2012

Vietnam coffee premiums jump

Robusta sellers in top producer Vietnam jacked up premiums to offset declines in London futures, while beans from the new harvest in Indonesia began entering the physical market and were snapped up by roasters, dealers said on Friday.

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samedi 21 janvier 2012

Vietnam coffee farmers curb pre-Tet sales to push price higher

Coffee farmers in Vietnam, the biggest robusta grower, may sell 33 percent of this year's harvest by the start of the Tet Lunar New Year holiday, less than the usual 50 percent as they limit sales to let prices gain.

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mardi 20 décembre 2011

Vietnam's coffee trades at premium on futures, delayed sales

Coffee beans from Vietnam, the world's largest producer of the robusta variety, are trading at a premium to the price in London after futures fell and farmers delayed sales, three traders said.

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lundi 7 novembre 2011

Vietnam coffee discount said to be narrow on delayed harvest

The discount buyers are demanding for coffee from Vietnam, the world's largest producer of robusta beans, continued to narrow in the past week, as rains delayed the country's coffee harvest, traders said.

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samedi 8 octobre 2011

Coffee crop in Vietnam region to jump 10pct as quality gains

Coffee production from Vietnam's main growing province may jump 10 percent this season as bean quality climbs, producers and the government said, bolstering forecasts that a record nationwide crop will swell global robusta supplies.

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lundi 26 septembre 2011

Vietnam coffee output may reach record on weather, area

Vietnam, the second-largest coffee grower, may produce a record crop in the upcoming harvest as favourable weather and a larger cultivated area boost output in the 2011-2012 season, increasing global supplies.

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mercredi 14 septembre 2011

Vietnam may lose Buon Ma Thuot coffee brand

Vietnamese law firm Bross & Partners has discovered that the Buon Ma Thuot coffee brand has been patented by a Chinese company for 10 years.

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samedi 25 juin 2011

Vietnam delays coffee loading, default risk looms

Vietnamese coffee exporters have delayed loading part of contracts totalling around 100,000 tonnes since May because of a shortage of stocks, an industry official said on Monday.

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