Managing commodity price fluctuations in Vietnam’s coffee industry
The coffee tree was introduced into Vietnam by the French during the 1850s. Production, however, was relatively insignificant until after re-unification in 1975, when the policy of constructing “new economic zones” resulted in migration from the densely populated northern and coastal areas to the central highlands whose soil and climate conditions are suitable for coffee-growing...
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