INDONESIA: Government to spend US$21m on coffee
Indonesia plans to provide 200bn rupiah (US$21.4m) to buy coffee beans as part of a global plan by growers to restrain exports and boost prices. The country, the world's fourth-largest coffee producer, will buy as much as 40,000 metric tons of beans by August, or one-fifth of the expected production of 200,000 tons expected in the 11 months to Aug. 31, the Ministry of Agriculture announced.
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