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Coffee businesses face difficulties with speculation, competition

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Vietnamese Coffee farmers will not hold back their Coffee forever. Indonesian Robusta Coffee will begin to enter the supply lines this month. Vietnamese Coffee farmers will release Coffee from their stockpiles in earnest. This will create downside
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Netopia reinvents Internet café with Vietnam's Highlands Coffee

Netopia, the country's largest chain of Internet cafés, is re-launching its business as 'lifestyle hubs' over two years with a little help from Vietnam's Highlands Coffee. “Within two years, Vietnam's Highlands Coffee will be in every Netopia shop
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Best time to visit Central Highlands

"Our first challenge in opening the coffee-themed tour is addressing the fact that tours to the seaside are more popular among Vietnamese tourists and Dak Lak has yet become a real tourism hub," Pham Thi Thu Hoan, deputy executive director of the
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Vietnamese Coffee's Bright And Sustainable Future | Vietnam …

The Guardian just published a forward-looking article about the fall and rise of Vietnam's coffee industry as the world's second largest exporter of the product
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Staying skinny in Vietnam: it's a constant struggle | C'est Christine

I can run when I get home. I won't be able to get a Vietnamese coffee when I get home. Vietnamese coffee in Dalat, Vietnam. 10:25 a.m.: Black or white coffee?
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Eat Street mainstay Quang is pho-ntastic!

I prefer to go through life addicted to this Vietnamese meal-in-a-soup-bowl (pronounced “fuh”), served every morning (and afternoon for hardcore diners) from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City. Just call me Miss Saigon. Pho is rightfully the star of the menu at
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Indonesian coffee roasters chase beans; discounts narrow

Indonesian coffee roasters may start importing beans again because of difficulties in getting supplies even during the harvest, while differentials for Vietnamese coffee improved after a drop in London futures, dealers said on Thursday.
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Coffee businesses face difficulties with speculation, competition

In mid March, the International Coffee Organization (IOC) warned that the amount of coffee in storage in exporting countries has fallen to 17.4 million bags in the 2011-2012 crop, the lowest level that the organization has ever estimated. In Vietnam
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