Vietnam’s coffee exports up in H1 In June, Viet Nam’s coffee exports were estimated at 140,000 tonnes, worth $237 million. — Photo tapchicongthuong.vn The total exports were up 3.7 per cent in volume and 2.5 per cent in value over the same period of 2019. In June, the coffee exports were estimated at 140,000 tonnes, worth $237 million, up 7.5 per cent in volume and up 7.4 per cent in value compared to May, but down 3 per cent in volume and 1.9 per cent in value year on year. In the first six months, the average export price of coffee reached about $1,685 per tonne, down 1.2 per cent year-on-year. The department said in June, domestic coffee prices continued to decrease slightly according to the world coffee price. On June 30, the coffee price fell by 0.3 per cent to VND31,000 per kilo in Eo H’leo and Buon Ho districts of Dak Lak Province and by 1 per cent to VND30,300-30,400 per kilo in Lam Dong Province. The highest reduction was 1.6 per cent in Dak Ha District, Kon Tum Province to VND30,700 per kilo. The lower coffee price on the domestic market meant farmers could not sell coffee,… Read full this story
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