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  • Aaker, john R. (1954-11)
    The year 1954 may well mark a turning point for the coffee industry in the U. S. Not only have substantial adjustments occurred in prices, production and consumption, establishing a new economic climate, but widespread ...
  • Ukers, William H. (1934-11)
    Although coffee is not indigenous to Brazil, the Fates have made it the world’s greatest coffee-producing country. The area suitable for coffee cultivation covers 1,158,000 square miles, more than one-third the area of ...
  • Aborn, Edward (1953-10)
    On behalf of the National Coffee Association, I extend sincerest good wishes to our friends in Parana on the forthcoming celebration of their one hundreth year of Brazilian statehood.
  • Andrade, Theophilo de (1940-06)
    During the month there was held a meeting of the Consulting Council of the National Coffee Department, for the purpose of discussing the rendering of accounts by the Board of Directors, and for discussion of the percentage ...
  • Unknown author (1935-03)
    The drop in the price of Brazil coffees due to new Exchange regulations, which permit drafts to be sold to any authorized bank which in turn sells the Bank of Brazil coffees now more attractive in comparison with Central ...
  • Unknown author (1936-03)
    The outstanding coffee development of the last week has been the visit of Dr. Souza Mello President of the DNC, to São Paulo and Santos, and his remarks on coffee policies, according to a statement by U.S. Consul General ...
  • Unknown author (1935-05)
    A cable received by the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange from Brazil, April 25, gives details of a proposed plan submitted to the Brazilian Congress, as follows.
  • Unknown author (1935-09)
    According to information received from the interior, the flowering of coffee trees is well advanced in some districts, such as the North of the State of Parana, lower Sorocabana and some parts of the Noroeste Railway. In ...
  • Unknown author (1934-10)
    A resolution of the Banco do Brasil reads: “In accordance with the proposal of the Director of the Exchange Department of the Banco do Brasil and the approval of Federal Foreign Trade Council, complying with the terms of ...
  • Unknown author (1933-05)
    The National Coffee Department, in its endeavor to meet foreign coffee-price competition without reducing prices, has conceived and put in execution, as of April 17, a 10 per cent bonus in kind on all coffee exports.
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    Recent issues of Medeiros‟ Bulletin contain some interesting comments on Brazil coffee propaganda by Mr. Carl Hellwig, a Santos coffee exporter, who reviews Brazil‟s propaganda efforts in various countries, analyzes the ...
  • Unknown author (1952-05)
    Addressing a joint session of the Brazil Chamber of Deputies and the Senate on March 15, President Getulio Vargas outlined concretely the gains, problems and setbacks registred by Brazil’s economy during the first year of ...
  • C., Andres Uribe (1954-11)
    On the night of July 5, 1953, great blasts of freezing air swept the southern expanses of South America. They thundered over the snow-covered ranges of the lofty Andes and churned across the rolling coffee lands of Brazil. ...
  • Unknown author (1972-09)
    The coffee trade people in Europe were finding the going pretty rough. Most of them were hoping for a break and looking back on „the good old days‟ of the 1960‟s.
  • Unknown author (1933-09)
    Following the negotiations inaugurated between the State Departament and the Minister from Colombia, last week, for the first of a series of new commercial treaties with our neighbors to the south, exploratory conversations ...
  • Lane, Mincing (1935-09)
    The Brazilian Warrant Agency and Finance Company, Limited, according to the statement of Mr. A. Whitworth, Chairman, at the annual meeting, paid for the year 1934 4 per cent on its Ordinary Shares, made possible through ...
  • Delaval Filho, Torino (1971-11)
    Rio de Janeiro, October 22 – The coffee picture is confused considerably at this time largely due to the fact the coffee ports of the United States continue to remain closed, or at least no cargo can be landed due to a ...
  • Delgado, C. Puyo (1955-03)
    Recent decisions in Brazil in connection with her foreign exchange rates have been a cause for considerable consternation to the coffee industry in Colombia. While it is understood that domestic politics played a part in ...
  • Unknown author (1939-10)
    Rio de Janeiro Sep. 15 – The European war to date affects four of Brazil’s best customers, two of which, France and Germany, may be classed as first class coffee buyers. For Brazil this is of extraordinary significance, ...
  • Unknown author (1955-09)
    Regulations covering the new coffee crop have now largely been completed. The Bank of Brazil set the first part of the new 1955-56 pattern by fixing the loan basis for Santos type 4 at ports at Cr$ 1,950 per 60-kilo bag, ...

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