VIETNAM: Country set to become world’s leading pepper producer in 2003
Vietnam could become the world's largest producer of black pepper in 2003 if current estimations are correct. The country is expected to produce 66,000 tonnes of the spice next year, a 10% increase from 2002 that will see Vietnam overtake India in the world pepper production rankings. India's pepper production is expected to fall from 80,000 tonnes this year to just 62,000 tonnes next year.
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