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Vietnam facing the worst drought in over thirty years

Coffee growers sold beans at the fastest pace in two years to help pay for irrigation

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MILAN – A drought attributed to El Nino weather phenomenon has ruined or reduced yield on 40,000 hectares of coffee, roughly 7 percent of planted area in Vietnam’s Central Highlands, according to the country’s Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa). This is the “worst drought since the mid-1980s” said the Association.

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