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Coffee exports from Vietnam seen 19 percent down on year in January

MILAN – Coffee exports from Vietnam may fall as much as 19.1% on year to 175,000 tonnes (2.917 million 60 kg bags) in January, according to a report from the country’s General Statistics Office.

Export earnings are seen 27.2% down to US$305 million, says the same source.

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Coffee growers in Vietnam, the world’s largest robusta producer, have sold about 40 percent of their new harvest to traders, traders said. The 2018/19 harvest ended early this month.

Traders had earlier forecasted Vietnam’s output at 30 million bags. This figure was later revised down to 27 million bags.