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Many financial analysts expect a recovery in the agro-market in 2021, including the coffee sector.

During Covid-19, agriculture becomes pillar of the economy

The Covid-19 pandemic continues to cause exports to stagnate. Coffee growers in the Central Highlands are experiencing many hardships.

Low coffee prices upset farmers in spite of bumper crop

At this time, coffee farmers in Binh Phuoc, Dong Nai and Dak Nong provinces are entering harvest season. 

Earnings from coffee, pepper are modest because of poor branding

Vietnam is one of the biggest coffee and pepper exporters in the world, but the money it earns is modest.

Coffee price falls as farmers warned of lower profits

Vietnam’s coffee export price has dropped to a 10-year low and is continuing to slide. Analysts believe the price won’t go up in the last months of the year as supply is increasing.

Vietnam cannot earn big money from its coffee exports

Vietnam, the second biggest coffee exporter in the world, is experiencing tough days as the export volume has fallen and export prices are among the lowest in the world.

Will coffee prices start to go up in 2019?

VietNamNet Bridge - The domestic coffee price has dropped to the low level of VND33 million from the peak of VND53 million in 2011.

Coffee prices fluctuate, price drops to 10-year low

More than 500,000 farmers and workers in the coffee industry, which exports several billion of dollars worth of products each year, are concerned about contributions amid price fluctuations.

As prices drop, coffee companies coming back to home market

VietNamNet Bridge - Coffee exporters have been told to exploit the home market as the export price is on the decrease. 

VN coffee industry feeling the heat from lower prices

VietNamNet Bridge - Since Vietnam mostly exports raw coffee instead of processed products, the sharp coffee price fall in the world market has had immediate impact on its exporters and growers.

Vietnam considers joining big exporters to stop coffee price slide

VietNamNet Bridge - The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) said it is considering cooperating with the world’s coffee metropolises to halt the drop in coffee prices, because “inner strength” alone will not help.


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