VOV.VN - Vietnam's coffee industry is expected to enjoy tax incentives brought about by the implementation of EU-Vietnam Free Trade Agreement (EVFTA), especially as the EU market accounts for approximately 30% of global coffee consumption.
VOV.VN - The third Vietnam Coffee Day event is set to transpire in Pleiku City in the Central Highland province of Gia Lai between December 8 -10, with the participation of hundreds of international organisations and businesses.
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.
Vietnam exported a record high of nearly 1.8 million tonnes of coffee during the 2017-2018 crop, 12.7% higher than the previous one, the Vietnam Coffee-Cocoa Association (VICOFA) has said.
The 10th Vietnam International Retailtech & Franchise Show (VIETRF) is taking place at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Centre in Ho Chi Minh City from November 1 – 3.
VOV.VN - Vietnam is expected to export around 1.5 million tons of coffee with an estimated value of US$3 billion from the 2017-2018 crop, up 0.8% in volume but down 10.5% in value, according to the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA).
Vietnam will narrow down its coffee plantation areas and focus more on improving coffee product structure in a bid to create high-quality beans with higher productivity.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) has approved a five-year coffee industry development project, worth VND170 billion or US$7.48 million, to improve coffee quality, develop a premium Vietnamese brand and expand export markets.
Vietnam has set up a project to promote high-quality Vietnamese coffee backed by about VND170 billion (US$7.5 million).
VOV.VN - Coffee exports dropped 20.5% in volume in the first nine months of this year, but the value still inched up 1.3% to US$2.55 billion as export prices were on the increase, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Links between enterprises and coffee and pepper farmers need to be enhanced to improve the economic value and competitiveness of the two products.
Coffee exports from Vietnam, the world's second-biggest producer after Brazil, may dip in the calendar year of 2017 due to thin carryover stocks while production of the next crop could be threatened by a lack of water, industry officials said.
Aging crops, flooding and drought: not the ideal blend for the world’s second largest coffee exporter.
Vietnamese and British coffee enterprises are keen on promoting doing business together, Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (VICOFA) Chairman Luong Van Tu told a Vietnam News Agency correspondent at a roundtable discussion about coffee business in London.
VOV.VN - Vietnam shipped 1.27 million tons of coffee during the first eight months of this year to rake in US$2.25 billion, up nearly 40% in volume and 20.7% in value against last year’s corresponding period, according to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.
The Vietnam Coffee and Cacao Association (Vicofa) has proposed to the State that it launch credit support for local coffee firms competing with foreign companies.
VOV.VN -Coffee growers across the key producing regions of the Central Highlands have been severely struck by the worst drought in nearly three decades to hit the country, reports the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa).
The Vietnam-Korea Business Forum took place in Seoul on April 14 with the focus on opportunities for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The Robusta price in the past had climbed to as much as VND50 million per ton, which helped many farmers get rich.
The Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association (Vicofa) said the 2014-2015 coffee crop has seen sharp declines in both export volume and revenue due to unfavorable global market developments.