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Vietnam’s coffee exports are expected to have a good start to 2021 after a gloomy year due to the severe impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to industry insiders.
As chilling wind blows through Hanoi streets, it’s the time for Hanoi’s drink connoisseurs to enjoy a cup of rich flavor piping hot drink - the “cà phê trứng” or egg coffee, a Hanoi specialty that nowhere else in the world could be found.
The farmers in the Central Highlands region, Vietnam's coffee-growing hub, are busy harvesting coffee as the harvest starts from November to December.
On September 16 Vinh Hiep Co. Ltd of Pleiku City shipped 296 tonnes of coffee to Belgium and Germany at zero tariff.
Vietnamese businesses on Wednesday announced the first batches of passion fruit and coffee exported to Europe following the Europe-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA).
The ongoing global health crisis has left the Vietnamese coffee export industry in the lurch due to continued falls in price.
Bolstered by the growing demand in the EU, Vietnam’s coffee industry has a major opportunity to capture a bigger market share on the European continent.
Two young Vietnamese entrepreneurs have developed a unique way to make sneakers, and they hope their idea be a wake-up call for the training shoe industry.
Investors have rushed to open coffee shops as retail premises rent has become very reasonable and the market is returning to a "new normal" status.
Vietnam’s coffee exports in the first nine months of this year fell by 13.3 per cent in volume to 1.25 million tonnes and 21.9 per cent in value to US$2.15 billion compared with the same period of last year.
Agoda, one of the world’s fastest growing online travel booking platforms, has offered a list of some of the top destinations around the world for tasting coffee, including Vietnam.
Although ranking second in the world, Vietnam's coffee exports are plummeting.
Vietnam is boosting the growing of specialty coffee in an effort to raise coffee quality and the country’s coffee export value.
As one of the world’s top coffee exporters, Vietnam is shifting its focus to the sustainable cultivation and promotion of specialty coffee, with the aim of improving its coffee brand and quality.