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Asia Coffee-Sales in Vietnam Slow on Low Prices, Supply Rises in Indonesia

From in.reuters.com

Coffee sales in Vietnam are slowing due to low prices, while supply rose in Indonesia as produces from a mini harvest reached the market earlier than expected.

Farmers in Vietnam have sold 60-70 percent of their beans harvested in the 2018-19 crop year that began on Oct. 1.

“Sales are slowing as farmers are complaining that prices are too low now,” said a trader based in the Central Highlands, Vietnam’s largest coffee growing area.

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