During the first three months of the 2008-2009 harvest, exports were 12.79% less than for the same period in 2007-2008.
According to prensalibre.com "Esther Eskensay, an analyst for the National Coffee Association Market (Anacafe), reported that since last October, when the 2008-2009 harvest started, 282,206 sacks (60 kilos) of coffee were exported."
The price of coffee in the international market have stabilized at around $110 per 60 kilo sack.
Throughout November 2008 the prices recorded in the "C" contract in the New York Stock Exchange fluctuated around $100.
Esther Eskenasy, market analysis for the National Coffee Association (Anacafe), explained that on Monday 8th, the US Department of Agriculture had lowered global coffee production for the 2008/2009 harvest, and this helped to stabilize the coffee prices.
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