Category Archives: Vietnam

Vietnamese Farmers Have Sold Much More of their crop

The lengthening coffee price rally is likely to have prompted growers in Vietnam, the biggest producer of robusta beans, to sell the largest portion of their crop in four years. Vietnamese farmers sold 86 per cent of the crop produced … Continue reading

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Vietnam Prices

Vietnam’s coffee prices hit 12-month high Jul 19,2016 HANOI, July 19 (Xinhua) — 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 … Continue reading

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USDA Forecasts 7% Drop in Vietnam’s Crop

Vietnam’s coffee harvest will fall to a four-year low, hurt by dryness which kicked in again last month – threatening a further downgrade to production hopes. The US Department of Agriculture bureau in Hanoi forecast Vietnam coffee output, dropping by … Continue reading

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WSJ: Vietnam Drought

The coffee market’s worst fears may be confirmed: Coffee production in the world’s biggest producer of robusta beans, Vietnam, will likely fall by nearly a third because of severe drought, according to Vietnam’s coffee trade group. Coffee-bean output will contract … Continue reading

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Vietnam decline in global market share

After three years of witnessing high growth rates in the 2012-2014 period, Vietnam has experienced a tough year, with a sharp 28 percent fall in export volume and 30 percent in export value. While the other two big exporters Brazil … Continue reading

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Quarterly Coffee Exports up 2.6% compared to last three months of 2014

Global coffee exports rose 2.6 per cent in the first three months of this marketing year and climbed 1.3 per cent in December, year-over-year, the International Coffee Organization said on Friday, as prices traded around two-year lows. Exports of coffee … Continue reading

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Vietnam 12 months exports 20% down, but stocks at record levels!

HANOI – Trading in Vietnamese coffee slowed to a trickle this week as growers and exporters were reluctant to sell due to a slide in global prices, while foreign buyers did not rush for deals, traders said on Tuesday. Prices … Continue reading

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Is there hope for coffee bulls?

The recent spate of dry weather in Brazil brought a little life to downtrodden coffee prices this month. Although prices have fallen back again, volatility is back in coffee. That means one of our favorite markets for selling options is … Continue reading

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Vietnam Coffee Growers Continue to Hoard Crops

Hoarding by growers and sliding future prices have driven up Vietnam’s monthly coffee inventories to over three times higher than the previous year. The country is currently the world’s leading exporter of robusta coffee, earning US$3.62 billion from coffee exports … Continue reading

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Vietnam looks towards sustainable production to add valu to its coffee

Robusta producers throughout several of the main producing regions in Vietnam’s Central Highlands have been suffering the consequences of high-volume production of low-value crops, and it is supporting widespread structural changes throughout the sector to add value. Robusta prices are … Continue reading

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