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Coffee, primary products and international economic development

Coffee, primary products and international economic development

commemorative symposium of the 60th anniversary of the National Federationof Coffee growers of Colombia (1927-1987).

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Published by Federacio n Nacional de Cafeteros de Columbia in Bogota .
Written in English


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ContributionsFederacio n Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia., Symposium on the International Economy and the Developing countries (1987 : Medelli n, Colombia)
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Open LibraryOL14330626M

The Coffee Paradox. Experts on the world coffee market often make reference to the "coffee paradox". A coffee crisis in producing countries with a trend towards lower prices, declining incomes and profits affecting millions of people in the world's poorest countries.; A coffee 'boom' in consuming countries with rising sales and profits for coffee retailers and roasters. In Rwanda, coffee production is one of the fastest growing sectors and has fueled the country’s economic development. And with major international buyers interested in Rwanda’s specialty coffee production, Bloomberg Philanthropies has helped ensure that more women are not only a vital part of this growth – but emerge as strong participants in the international coffee market.

Industrial development has had an important role in the economic growth of countries like China, the Republic of Korea (Korea), Taiwan Province of China (Taiwan), and Indonesia. Coffee is not just a drink. It’s a global commodity. As one of the world’s most traded products—second in value only to oil—the coffee industry .

CASE STUDY: STARBUCKS KATHLEEN LEE 5 Above is the Boston Matrix. It shows the cash cows as the regular Starbucks line of Coffee’s, Latte’s and Frappacinos found at nearly every location. These are stable products that account for the bulk of sales. A potential star is the International locations, which hold less financial risk. DIVERSIFICATION. The Organization encourages its Members to support programmes for vertical and horizontal diversification as a way in which a vicious circle of dependence on primary products can be broken and transformed into a virtuous circle of constructive change and development and so lessen the impact of the commodity crisis on exporting countries.


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