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Ngôi nhà hạt việt nam

Ngôi nhà hạt việt nam

Ngôi nhà hạt việt nam

Ngôi nhà hạt việt nam
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In 2018, Vietnam exported 235,000MTs which is a historic record but 2019 could be even bigger. Brazilian pepper is apparently more competitive and therefore, Vietnamese pepper shall need to be corrected further towards its main crop.
Prices are sliding as crop is coming closer after Christmas and New Year Holidays. More harvests have put more pressures onto the prices. The production areas has been expanded from 50,000 hectares (2013) to 150,000 hectare (2015) when the prices reached its historical top. With the recent crashes, it is expected that the production area could be decreased 26.7% towards 110,000 hectares. Market is...
Market is coming to end crop and export is becoming weak. Pepper prices remain firmly where they were in the previous weeks.
Vietnam pepper market this week is getting firmer. As per record, by end Oct 2018, Vietnam has exported 210,281tons of pepper which is 97% of the whole export 2017 and still there are Nov & Dec ahead.
According to the Customs General Department of Vietnam, in Oct 2018, Vietnam exported 15,460 tons of various pepper grades, including 13,358 tons of black pepper and 2,102 tons of white pepper. The total export turnover reached 46.89 millions USD, black pepper reached 38.62 millions USD, white pepper reached 8.27 millions USD. The average export price of black pepper in Oct reached 2,891 USD/ton, white...
Market slightly comes down since last week as more stock holders were offering/selling out. Local fluctuations are mostly impacted by Chinese trades whereas other exports are stable. Also there are arrivals of Brazilian peppers earlier covered at lower prices that subdued the local prices.
Marker is showing a high tongue today since local prices are ranging VND57,000-60,000 per kg. Particularly VND57,000/kg in Dong Nai & Gia Lai, VND58,000/kg in DakNong & DakLak, VND59,000/kg in Binh Phuoc, VND60,000/kg in Ba Ria Vung Tau. In general, local price has increased VND3,000 per kg in comparison with last week opening.
The market showed a mixed response during the week. Price in Vietnam and Sri Lanka increased; while in India and Sarawak decreased. In Indonesia (Lampung and Bangka) the prices were reported stable. In dollar terms however, the local price decreased marginally, due to a weakening of Indonesian Rupiah against US Dollar.
Local market keeps firming in the short run since last two weeks. However, the cover demands from exporters could be eased a little bit due to Sep deliveries were done, and they would have another couple of weeks ahead for Oct covers. Additionally, some covers from Brazilian cheaper levels are on the way. Buyers are heading to a bear market whereas local sellers/farmers are holding tightly their stocks...
The market showed a mixed response during the week. In India the price decreased further after experiencing increase in August influenced by flood incident in Kerala. In Sarawak, the price also decreased. In Lampung, Bangka and Sri Lanka, the prices were reported to remain stable while in Viet Nam the price of black pepper has shown an increasing trend locally. There is an important turn in the market...
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