Colombian Coffee estimates nine million sacks for 2012, report says serious structural problems

Posted on November 26, 2012 • Filed under: Agriculture, Business, Colombia

The Colombian coffee growers close the year 2012 with a production in the range of 8.5 million sacks sack and nine million, according to estimates by the National Federation of Coffee. For the National Association of Financial Institutions sector problems in Colombia beyond the excessive rains in the coffee regions, rust attacks by high humidity and renewal schemes. “It became clear that in fact the coffee sector is undergoing serious structural problems, affecting both its productive edge as institutional,” says the report. Ensures that the picture is more discouraging than in 2009 due to falling international prices. Read Article

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