Vietnam’s robusta coffee exports to hit record high

HO CHI MINH CITY: Coffee shipments from Vietnam will set a new record this year, supported by global demand for its key robusta variety.

Exports of all varieties are likely to top 1.8 million tonnes, according to Do Ha Nam, the chief executive officer of Intimex Group, the largest shipper in the country. Nam is also vice-head of the Vietnam Coffee and Cocoa Association, the main industry grouping in the world’s largest robusta grower.

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