International Coffee Agreement Enters into Force

The 2007 International Coffee Agreement, which governs international cooperation on coffee matters, will enter into force on February 2nd, 2011.

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


This is the seventh International Coffee Agreement since 1962 and will last ten years, with the possibility of an extension for another eight years.

The agreement aims at strengthening the global coffee sector and promotes its sustainable expansion in a market environment for the benefit of all industry participants.

Important innovations are a new chapter on the development and financing of coffee projects and the establishment of a Consultative Forum on Coffee Sector Finance, will meet the needs in the coffee sector for greater access to information on topics related to finance and risk management.

You can find the text of the new agreement and more information at:

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