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Ibge sees 2020/21 crop in Brazil at 56.4 mln, Conab to release its estimate on Thursday

MILAN – In its first preliminary projection for crop year 2020/21, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (Ibge) pegged coffee production for the...

Ibge raises its estimate for the 2018/19 coffee crop in Brazil to 59.6 mln bags

MILAN — The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) raised on Tuesday its estimate for the country's 2018/19 coffee crop to a record...

Ibge forecasts Brazilian coffee output for 2018/19 at 53.2 million bags

MILAN – Brazil will harvest 53.2 million bags of coffee in crop year 2018/19 up 14.9 percent on year, according to the first forecast...

Robusta futures rally to 18-month high

MILAN - Robusta coffee futures rose for the fifth straight session on Tuesday reaching a new 18-month high in intraday trade. The most active...

IBGE sees Brazil’s crop at 49.7 million bags

MILAN - Brazil's coffee output will surge 12.7 percent to 49.7 million bags in coffee season 2016/17, according to the latest monthly report from the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE).

IBGE pegs Brazil’s crop at 49.7 million bags

MILAN - Brazil’s coffee crop in 2016/17 will reach 49.7 million bags, or a 12.5 percent increase on year, according to the Brazilian Institute...

Brazilian crop seen higher by IBGE

MILAN - In its statistical bulletin for the month of October, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) has revised up its estimate...

Volcafe revises up estimates for Brazilian coffee production

Volcafe revises up estimates for Brazilian coffee production. In its new forecast, the Swiss trader pegs coffee production in 2015-16 at 51.9 million bags,...

BRAZIL – IBGE revises down its estimate for 2015/16

MILAN – IBGE further revised downward its estimate for Brazil’s 2015 crop. The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics said in its latest monthly...

BRAZIL – IBGE sees record grain harvest

Brazil, one of the world's leading agricultural producers, expects a record grain harvest this year of 192.3 million tons, up 2.2 percent from 2013,...

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