According to the latest assessment of the coffee-cocoa Association (VICOFA), ending Vietnam youth service 2014-2015, the country's coffee exports expected to plummet about output and value.
According to statistics, the total output of coffee export youth service 2014-2015 of about 1.2 million tons, 2.6 turnover decreased 20% in the amount of USD, and 13% in value compared to the youth service before.
While the coffee growers have faced consecutive price reduction status, the exporter does not buy the product because people try to wait for coffee storage reviews up.
According to calculations, to this point, the people of Dak Lak Province is also hosting about 300,000 tons of coffee from the early service before.
In 2016, the coffee market is also not satisfactory due to a number of major coffee producer in season predictions and policy banknotes of the country.