London, United Kingdom, June 11, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- CoffeePulse.watch, the world’s leading source of real time information and analytics on coffee production and its entire supply chain, has released its latest weekly report for this week.
The weekly report highlights key events in major coffee producing regions. Nick Satra, senior analyst at CoffeePulse.watch said that “the key events included in the weekly report are: Vietnam records severe drop in coffee exports in month of April; rise in international prices of pepper encourages coffee farmers in Vietnam to grow pepper over coffee; government of Oaxaca urges Mexican federal government to declare emergency to combat coffee rust; Ethiopia set for a bumper harvest; coffee producers of Venezuela expect to double the production for 2016-17 harvest; Brazil accounts for 40% of world exports of Arabica coffee in April; export revenues of Honduran coffee for the period October’14 to May’15 rose by 47.9%;the domestic coffee prices on an average for Uganda increased 7.6% and for Vietnam rose 6.3% for the week ending June 5, 2015.”
Registered users can access the complete report at the coffeepulse.watch website in the weekly report section.
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