Coffee industry to face more losses in Q2 Business

Coffee industry to face more losses in Q2

Vietnam's coffee industry will probably suffer more losses in the second quarter due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Phan Xuan Thang, Vice Chairman of the Vietnam Cocoa and Coffee Association, has said.
MoIT seeks ways to boost coffee exports Business

MoIT seeks ways to boost coffee exports

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT) has said that improving product quality and brand development are key for coffee export growth as coffee exports dropped in both volume and turnover in the first nine months of this year.
Measures taken to boost coffee exports Business

Measures taken to boost coffee exports

Even though Vietnam’s coffee sector has enjoyed fast development in recent years in terms of cultivation area and output, foreign businesses still gain more advantages in the world market.
Coffee exports down in 9 months Business

Coffee exports down in 9 months

Vietnam’s coffee exports in the first nine months of this year fell by 13.3 percent in volume to 1.25 million tonnes and 21.9 percent in value to 2.15 billion USD compared with the same period of last year.
Dak Nong hosts second Vietnamese Coffee Day Business

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.