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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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mardi 26 avril 2011

Vietnam gov't has high hopes for rice, seafood, coffee, rubber

HANOI - The Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development has increased its export forecasts for several key agricultural staples in its latest market report.

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lundi 14 mars 2011

Culturing coffee, the Vietnam way

Vietnam offers novel techniques of coffee cultivation which can be replicated by Indian planters, Subrahmanyan Viswanath learns from planters who had visited the country recently.

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vendredi 31 décembre 2010

Vietnam coffee crop may drop next season on smaller beans

Hanoi - The coffee crop in Vietnam may be reduced in 2010-2011 after dry weather during the growing season cut the size of beans in the world’s biggest producer of the robusta variety, said three industry executives.

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mercredi 1 décembre 2010

Vietnam coffee harvest slows as rain returns, hurting picking, drying

Coffee harvesting in Vietnam, the world’s biggest grower of robusta beans used in instant drinks and espressos, has been disrupted by renewed rains just one week after picking began, local officials and traders said.

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lundi 25 octobre 2010

Coffee harvest in Vietnam may climb on favorable weather, increased area

Coffee production in Vietnam, the largest robusta grower, may climb this year after favorable weather and expanded planting boosted the harvest, potentially easing a global shortage that’s driven prices to a two-year high.

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lundi 18 octobre 2010

Vietnam coffee exporters seek funds for new crop

Coffee exporters in Vietnam, the world's second largest producer of the commodity, are trying to raise funds via stock listings or share auctions ahead of a major robusta crop as banks tighten lending to avoid bad debt.

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mardi 21 septembre 2010

Robusta harvest in Vietnam's Dak Lak forecast to gain, may help end rally

Hanoi - Coffee production from Dak Lak in Vietnam, the principal growing region in the world’s largest robusta producer, may increase 5.3 percent after good weather aided flowering, according to the local government.

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jeudi 5 août 2010

Coffee prices plunge as stockpile buffer target fails

Vietnamese coffee companies failed to stockpile 200,000 tonnes of beans in a government plan to counter a fall in global prices, government officials said Tuesday.

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dimanche 6 juin 2010

Vietnam to hold coffee, rice export volumes steady

the world’s second-largest rice exporter and second-biggest producer of robusta coffee, aims to maintain its current export volumes of both commodities during the next decade, the country’s minister of agriculture and rural development said.

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mardi 27 avril 2010

Tensions rising in Vietnam as coffee prices fall

Ironically, Nguyen Tan Dinh was enjoying a coffee with friends early one Monday last month, when he heard the unwelcome news that Phan Thi Kim Hoa was claiming to be bankrupt.

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mardi 13 avril 2010

Vietnam Coffee-Farmers slow sales despite price gains

HANOI - Vietnamese coffee farmers have slowed or halted sales in recent days, waiting for exporters to execute a government-backed stockpiling plan despite some gains in international prices, traders said on Tuesday.

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mercredi 7 avril 2010

Vietnam coffee farmers attack warehouses as distributors go bankrupt

Concerns are growing among Vietnamese coffee farmers that they may not be paid for this year's crop, as bankruptcies spread among distribution companies, an official said Monday.

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samedi 12 décembre 2009

Vietnam loses lead position in coffee export

Over 250,000 hectares among 500,000 hectares of current coffee plantation area in Vietnam need to be improved in next 5-10 years. Otherwise Vietnam could lose its position to Indonesia in terms of coffee export, International Coffee Organisation (ICO)'s chair Nestor Osorio warned.

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mardi 24 novembre 2009

Robusta may fall further on Vietnam speculation, Rabobank says

Robusta coffee may fall another 10 percent by the end of March on speculation about more supply from Vietnam, the world's biggest grower of the beans, according to Rabobank International.

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mercredi 11 novembre 2009

Coffee falls in London as Vietnam's harvest may provide buffer

Robusta coffee fell on speculation the crop in Vietnam, the world's biggest grower of the beans, will provide a buffer as a tropical storm warning was called for New Orleans, home of almost a fifth of arabica bean stockpiles.

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mercredi 2 septembre 2009

Vietnam sees 2009 coffee exports up 15pct

Vietnam, the world's second-largest coffee exporter after Brazil, could ship 1.15 million tonnes this year, a rise of 15 percent from 2008, an industry report said.

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