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20-May2011

Coffee Exports May Decline By 16.7%

Nation`s coffee exports are predicted to decrease by 16.7 % to 2,40,000 lots in 2011-12 crop season due to low output as well as limited carry over stocks, a current USDA record stated.

India, greatest coffee exporter, is calculated to produce abroad shipping of 2,88,600 lots in the on-going 2010-11 season, finishing September.

Exports are anticipated to decrease to 4 million 60-kg baggage in 2011-12, given limited carry-in stocks as well as reduce output, the united states agriculture department said in their annual report.

The nation's overall coffee production can fall a little to 2,88,600 lots in 2011-12, compared to 3,05,000 lots in the previous season.

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