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Dak Nong hosts second Vietnamese Coffee Day

Dak Nong hosts second Vietnamese Coffee Day

The second Vietnamese Coffee Day took place in Gia Nghia town of the Central Highlands of Dak Nong province on December 10, aiming to promote sustainable development of coffee sector.

Coffee exports rise, but value stagnates

Coffee exports rise, but value stagnates

Vietnam exported 1.46 million tonnes of coffee worth US$2.77 billion in the first three quarters of 2018, an increase of 20.1% in volume and 0.4% in value compared to the same period last year.

Dollar hike won’t significantly affect Vietnam’s economy

Dollar hike won’t significantly affect Vietnam’s economy

The US dollar has appreciated significantly against the Vietnamese dong in the past few days in the wake of the US Federal Reserves (Fed)’s interest rate hike last week, but local officials and experts are not too worried, believing these hikes won’t affect Vietnam’s economy in any major way.

Black pepper market heats up on low supplies in India

Black pepper market heats up on low supplies in India

VOV.VN - Do Ha Nam, chair of the Vietnam Pepper Association, who was up until recently bullish about the black pepper market, has now turned bearish, advising farmers to hold off from selling if they can.

Pepper sector advised to boost clean production

Pepper sector advised to boost clean production

Chairman of the Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA) Do Ha Nam has advised pepper farmers to make investment in technology and clean production as the competition with foreign rivals will be fiercer.

Pepper export revenue loses spice due to oversupply

Pepper export revenue loses spice due to oversupply

Vietnam's pepper shipments are forecast to reach around 101,000 tons for the first six months of 2017, up 13% on-year, but revenue is likely to fall 13%, according to Vietnam Pepper Association (VPA)'s chairman Do Ha Nam.

Coffee export soars in two months

Coffee export soars in two months

Vietnam was estimated to ship 273,000 tonnes of coffee abroad for US$616 million in the first two months of 2017, down 7.3% in quantity but up 22.3% in value compared to the same period last year.

Rice exports of Vietnam face tough year ahead

Rice exports of Vietnam face tough year ahead

VOV.VN - Vietnam farmers face another difficult year as confidence falters with industry analysts particularly pessimistic the country will reach overseas sales of more than five million metric tons in 2017, the Vietnam Food Association has said.

Vietnamese pepper exports surge

Vietnamese pepper exports surge

Vietnam earned US$1.2 billion from the export of nearly 145,500 tonnes of pepper in the first nine months of the year, a year-on-year increase of 31.5% in volume and 13.1% in value.

VPA expects pepper prices to soften

VPA expects pepper prices to soften

VOV.VN - Pepper shipments from Vietnam, the globe’s largest producer, will likely rise 13% this year, putting downward pressure on export prices, said leaders at a recent conference in Hanoi assessing the industry’s prospects for the year.

Gov't eyes diversified exports

Gov't eyes diversified exports

Vietnam will reform the structure of export goods and increase quality of export products to strive for sustainable exports and increase its value by this year-end and beyond.

Pepper exports likely to set new record

Pepper exports likely to set new record

Vietnam's pepper export revenue could set a new record this year or at least equal to that of last year despite lower export volume, according to the Vietnam Pepper Association.