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Brazil: background and outlook

, : Brazil: background and outlook. FO Licht International Coffee Report 10(4): 55-59

Though the share of Brazil in total world coffee production has fallen considerably during the last 30 years, it remains the world's largest arabica producer and the second or third largest producer of robusta. The importance of coffee to the economy of Brazil has diminished. Coffee's share of total merchandise exports was 47% during the 1960s, 19% during the 1970s, 8% during the 1980s and is now some 5%. This is despite a general increase in coffee export earnings.


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