EU tops the list of Vietnam coffee importers
Vietnam exported more than 1.03 million tons of coffee to earn over US$2.34 billion in the first eight months of this year, down 19.5% in volume but up 3.5% in value, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
In August lone, 95,033 tons of coffee with the value of US$222.2 million was shipped abroad, down 5.73% in volume and 5.86% in value. The average price was US$2,338 a ton.
EU countries were biggest consumers of Vietnam coffee with 446,822 tons valuing at US$986.9 million, accounting for 43% of the country’s total coffee export volume and 42% of its value. In the EU, Germany was the largest importer of Vietnam coffee with 157,601 tons worth US$344.31 million.
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