United States                                  Department of                                  Agriculture                 ...
2012/13 Forecast Overview          Brazil’s production is forecast at a                                         Brazil’s A...
Colombia’s production is forecast to             Colombia’s Production Forecast at Four-Decade Low          slide nearly 2...
Table 01 Coffee World Production, Supply and Distribution                                                                 ...
Table 02 Coffee Summary                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags     ...
Table 03A Coffee Production                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags ...
Table 03B Arabica Coffee Production                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogr...
Table 03C Robusta Coffee Production                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogr...
Table 04 Coffee Consumption                                                Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags                      ...
Table 05 Green Coffee Bean Ending Stocks                                                                     Thousand 60-K...
Table 06A Total Coffee Exports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram Ba...
Table 06B Green Coffee Bean Exports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogr...
Table 06C Soluble Coffee Exports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram ...
Table 07A Total Coffee Imports                                                                     Thousand 60-Kilogram Ba...
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
Tổng kết thị trường cà phê thế giới năm 2012
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  1. 1. United States Department of Agriculture Foreign Agricultural Service Coffee: Circular Series December 2012 World Markets and Trade Record World Production Forecast for Third Consecutive Year 160 120Million 60 Kilogram Bags 80 40 0 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 F Brazil Vietnam Other World coffee production for 2012/13 is forecast at a record 151 million bags, up almost 7 million from the previous year, marking the third consecutive year of rising output. Brazil is forecast to account for nearly all the gain as its Arabica crop enters the on-year of the biennial production cycle, while Indonesia’s higher production is offset by Vietnam’s lower output. Colombia is forecast down slightly from last year to its lowest level in four decades. Global bean exports are forecast at a record. Although ending stocks are forecast higher, supplies remain tight. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________ Approved by the World Agricultural Outlook Board/USDA
  2. 2. 2012/13 Forecast Overview Brazil’s production is forecast at a Brazil’s Arabica Production Below Previous On-Cycle record 55.9 million bags, up 6.7 million 60 from the previous year due primarily to the Arabica trees entering the on-year of the biennial production cycle. Whereas Million 60 Kilogram Bags previous cycles grew steadily, this year 40 it is forecast slightly below the last on- year due to frost damage and dry conditions in Minas Gerais, its main growing region. The Robusta harvest is 20 forecast to continue expanding as favorable weather and good crop management aided fruit settings and development in Espirito Santo, where 0 the vast majority is grown. Nearly half 06/07 07/08 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13 F of the additional supply is expected to Arabica Robusta augment exports, with the rest going to modest gains in consumption and stocks. Vietnam’s production is forecast at 25.0 Vietnam’s Production Forecast to Retreat from Record 30 million bags, down 1.0 million from last year’s record harvest (significant area expansion and record yield caused last year’s unexpected 30 percent production 20 Million 60 Kilogram Bags spike). Pre-season rain throughout the growing region caused an early bloom which lowered yield. Bean exports are forecast 2.0 million bags lower to 22.0 million, while ending stocks are 10 expected to almost double to 1.8 million bags. Consumption is forecast to continue rising as the coffee culture spreads. - 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13 F Indonesia’s production is forecast to rebound 1.4 million bags to 9.7 million on favorable growing conditions, whereas the previous two harvests suffered from excessive rainfall. The forecast falls short of the record 2009/10 harvest because coffee area has since declined over 5 percent as higher prices for cocoa, rubber, and palm oil encouraged substitution. Bean exports are forecast to recover 1.2 million bags to 6.1 million as production gains are mostly exported. India’s production is forecast to rise 100,000 bags to a record 5.3 million on higher Robusta output. Growers in Karnataka, the largest coffee producing state, are anticipating a record Robusta harvest due to increased area and yield. Although bean exports are forecast to slip 100,000 bags to 4.1 million, this marks the third year of strong exports and declining stocks.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  3. 3. Colombia’s production is forecast to Colombia’s Production Forecast at Four-Decade Low slide nearly 200,000 bags to 7.5 million 20 following reports that production in the first two months of the October- September marketing year was down 5 15 Million 60 Kilogram Bags percent compared to the same period last year. This marks the lowest production in four decades and well 10 below the record 18 million bags reached in 1991/92. For the fifth consecutive year, problems are 5 expected to persist related to the coffee cherry borer and rust. Also, the ongoing tree renovation program has - 72/73 74/75 76/77 78/79 80/81 82/83 84/85 86/87 88/89 90/91 92/93 94/95 96/97 98/99 00/01 02/03 04/05 06/07 08/09 10/11 12/13 F the near-term effect of lowering output until these trees reach maturity. As a result, bean exports are forecast at just 6.5 million bags, down 3 percent from the previous year. Bean imports, which jumped to 1.1 million bags last year to supply consumption, are forecast to remain elevated at 900,000 bags. Central America’s production is forecast to add 200,000 bags to total 14.6 million as modest gains in El Salvador and Honduras more than offset a slight decline in Costa Rica. Leaf rust was recently detected in several countries, constraining production. The region’s bean exports are forecast to rise 300,000 bags to 13.6 million. The EU accounts for nearly half of world bean imports and is forecast to increase slightly to 45.5 million, with top suppliers including Brazil (28%), Vietnam (25%) and Honduras (7%). As a result, ending stocks are expected to remain tight near the decade low. The United States imports the second-largest amount of coffee beans and is forecast to decrease slightly to 23.4 million, with top suppliers including Brazil (25%), Vietnam (18%) and Colombia (13%). Ending stocks as well as consumption are forecast to rise incrementally. Revised 2011/12 World production is revised up from the June estimate by 6.8 million bags to 144.4 million. • Vietnam is revised up 5.0 million bags to 26.0 million due to higher-than-anticipated area and yield. • Honduras is raised 1.0 million bags to 5.6 million as more trees reached fruit bearing maturity earlier than expected, following previous year’s area expansion. World bean exports are raised 6.4 million bags to 101.5 million. • Vietnam is revised up 5.0 million bags to 24.0 million following higher available exportable supplies. • Honduras is raised 1.1 million bags to 5.3 million due to increased production. For additional information, please contact Tony Halstead at 202-720-4620, or Tony.Halstead@fas.usda.govForeign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  4. 4. Table 01 Coffee World Production, Supply and Distribution Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Beginning Arabica Robusta Production Imports Total Supply Exports Domestic Ending Total Exportable Stocks Production Production Consumption Stocks Distribution Production Coffee, Green 1978/79 29,435 59,847 18,770 79,018 678 109,131 64,612 19,462 25,057 109,131 60,035 1979/80 25,057 62,302 19,207 81,906 653 107,616 62,130 19,963 25,523 107,616 62,283 1980/81 25,523 63,154 22,584 86,174 675 112,372 60,955 20,438 30,979 112,372 66,007 1981/82 30,979 75,132 22,396 98,023 755 129,757 65,359 20,556 43,842 129,757 77,771 1982/83 43,842 59,258 22,196 81,904 733 126,479 66,059 20,221 40,199 126,479 61,916 1983/84 40,199 70,459 17,905 88,801 606 129,606 68,191 20,577 40,838 129,606 68,490 1984/85 40,838 65,302 24,591 90,362 456 131,656 72,322 21,968 37,366 131,656 68,591 1985/86 37,366 71,299 23,998 95,750 397 133,513 70,478 21,220 41,815 133,513 74,777 1986/87 41,815 52,812 26,121 79,394 262 121,471 66,982 21,202 33,287 121,471 58,416 1987/88 33,287 78,985 23,810 103,170 296 136,753 67,504 21,075 48,174 136,753 82,310 1988/89 48,174 64,934 28,901 94,165 415 142,754 71,371 21,190 50,193 142,754 73,168 1989/90 50,193 69,118 27,542 96,958 258 147,409 83,402 20,995 43,012 147,409 76,157 1990/91 43,012 72,143 27,768 100,181 331 143,524 76,163 22,265 45,096 143,524 78,131 1991/92 45,096 73,980 29,809 104,064 291 149,451 80,887 22,266 46,298 149,451 81,950 1992/93 46,298 65,234 27,455 92,959 713 139,970 77,869 21,579 40,522 139,970 71,722 1993/94 40,522 65,052 27,146 92,406 585 133,513 76,284 22,928 34,301 133,513 69,764 1994/95 34,301 68,809 28,033 97,042 1,070 132,413 68,672 22,526 41,215 132,413 74,978 1995/96 41,215 61,394 27,372 88,946 1,079 131,240 74,103 24,049 33,088 131,240 65,393 1996/97 33,088 66,452 37,236 103,786 1,091 137,965 84,509 24,361 29,095 137,965 79,780 1997/98 29,095 64,712 32,940 97,687 1,220 128,002 77,939 25,180 24,883 128,002 72,986 1998/99 24,883 74,859 34,060 108,953 1,435 135,271 85,133 25,738 24,400 135,271 83,533 1999/00 24,400 73,281 40,853 114,164 1,303 139,867 93,464 25,588 20,815 139,867 88,735 2000/01 20,815 70,362 46,820 117,217 1,488 139,520 90,847 26,303 22,370 139,520 91,069 2001/02 22,370 68,298 43,297 111,625 7,024 141,019 88,292 27,490 25,237 141,019 84,385 2002/03 39,452 85,085 41,855 126,968 87,976 254,396 93,936 112,832 47,628 254,396 99,628 2003/04 47,628 66,674 44,197 110,896 87,734 246,258 90,171 116,307 39,780 246,258 81,111 2004/05 39,780 77,898 43,668 121,591 89,163 250,534 93,313 115,792 41,429 250,534 90,673 2005/06 41,429 70,563 47,011 117,599 91,018 250,046 93,377 123,633 33,036 250,046 86,020 2006/07 33,036 83,690 49,903 133,618 97,018 263,672 104,554 123,036 36,082 263,672 101,795 2007/08 36,082 74,368 49,555 123,948 97,198 257,228 97,844 127,704 31,680 257,228 91,002 2008/09 31,680 85,152 51,062 136,239 96,931 264,850 100,442 124,596 39,812 264,850 102,026 2009/10 39,812 76,501 51,979 128,505 100,007 268,324 102,236 137,179 28,909 268,324 93,042 2010/11 28,909 86,948 53,951 140,924 105,630 275,463 113,458 133,098 28,907 275,463 104,603 2011/12 28,907 83,185 61,210 144,420 106,978 280,305 114,408 140,970 24,927 280,305 105,620 2012/13 24,927 88,818 62,440 151,283 109,072 285,282 116,012 141,373 27,897 285,282 111,710 Prior to 2002/03, the database does not include import, consumption or stocks data for non-producing countries such as the United States, EU-27 and Japan.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  5. 5. Table 02 Coffee Summary Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Production none Brazil 53,300 44,800 54,500 49,200 55,900 55,900 Vietnam 16,980 18,500 20,000 26,000 22,400 25,000 Indonesia 10,000 10,500 9,325 8,300 9,700 9,700 Colombia 8,664 8,100 8,525 7,655 7,500 7,500 Ethiopia 5,500 6,000 6,125 6,000 6,500 6,500 Honduras 3,225 3,550 3,975 5,600 5,000 5,800 India 4,375 4,825 5,035 5,200 5,100 5,300 Peru 4,000 3,300 4,100 5,200 4,800 4,800 Mexico 4,550 4,150 4,000 5,000 4,300 4,700 Guatemala 3,980 4,010 3,810 3,860 3,850 3,850 Other 21,665 20,770 21,529 22,405 22,875 22,233 Total 136,239 128,505 140,924 144,420 147,925 151,283 Domestic Consumption none EU-27 39,575 49,505 41,725 46,190 44,500 44,800 United States 22,650 22,060 22,880 23,410 23,300 23,600 Brazil 18,030 18,760 19,420 19,980 20,760 20,690 Japan 6,915 6,780 6,860 6,975 7,050 7,050 Russia 3,190 3,805 4,190 3,700 4,900 3,900 Canada 2,865 3,170 3,375 3,345 3,600 3,450 Ethiopia 2,500 2,800 2,860 2,900 3,000 3,000 Other 28,871 30,299 31,788 34,470 34,598 34,883 Total 124,596 137,179 133,098 140,970 141,708 141,373 Ending Stocks none EU-27 16,325 10,850 12,900 10,400 12,500 10,700 United States 5,333 4,250 4,580 5,100 5,200 5,300 Brazil 6,576 2,836 2,906 2,283 2,926 4,543 Japan 2,050 1,950 2,550 2,140 2,500 2,190 Vietnam 2,307 1,012 800 950 864 1,825 Other 7,221 8,011 5,171 4,054 3,211 3,339 Total 39,812 28,909 28,907 24,927 27,201 27,897 Bean Exports none Brazil 28,396 26,580 31,810 26,556 30,630 29,600 Vietnam 15,430 18,425 18,800 23,950 20,000 22,000 Colombia 8,160 6,445 7,400 6,675 6,500 6,500 Indonesia 6,625 7,425 7,415 4,950 6,100 6,100 Honduras 3,050 3,200 3,900 5,290 4,500 5,500 Peru 3,830 3,150 3,880 5,125 4,600 4,600 India 2,125 3,040 4,160 4,200 4,000 4,100 Guatemala 3,783 3,860 3,650 3,775 3,650 3,650 Ethiopia 3,000 3,250 3,235 3,100 3,500 3,500 Uganda 3,050 2,670 3,150 3,200 3,400 3,400 Other 13,803 13,731 13,104 14,711 14,876 14,574 Total 91,252 91,776 100,504 101,532 101,756 103,524 Bean Imports none EU-27 43,350 44,200 44,260 44,100 47,000 45,500 United States 21,660 20,240 22,460 23,700 23,000 23,400 Japan 6,375 6,160 6,900 5,975 6,500 6,500 Algeria 2,045 2,060 1,770 2,200 2,000 2,300 Canada 1,940 2,010 2,305 2,180 2,300 2,300 Switzerland 1,800 1,950 2,180 2,175 2,300 2,300 Korea, South 1,680 1,705 1,930 1,725 2,100 2,000 Russia 1,240 1,430 1,540 1,720 1,900 1,900 Ecuador 310 650 820 1,150 1,400 1,400 Australia 950 1,040 1,115 1,140 1,225 1,200 Other 6,142 7,520 8,815 9,400 9,550 9,010 Total 87,492 88,965 94,095 95,465 99,275 97,810 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. Bean export and bean import data exclude soluble trade. Soluble trade data is in Tables 6C and 7C and total trade is in Tables 6A and 7A.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  6. 6. Table 03A Coffee Production Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Production none Angola 30 30 25 25 30 30 Bolivia 135 140 125 140 150 150 Brazil 53,300 44,800 54,500 49,200 55,900 55,900 Burundi 250 300 235 205 225 225 Cameroon 650 590 715 765 900 800 Central African Republic 10 30 27 10 20 15 Colombia 8,664 8,100 8,525 7,655 7,500 7,500 Congo (Kinshasa) 300 305 265 255 265 265 Costa Rica 1,580 1,475 1,575 1,700 1,800 1,600 Cote dIvoire 1,853 2,350 1,600 1,600 1,800 1,800 Cuba 127 120 120 125 125 125 Dominican Republic 545 500 500 500 500 475 Ecuador 635 635 650 600 605 605 El Salvador 1,550 1,300 1,860 1,250 1,475 1,475 Ethiopia 5,500 6,000 6,125 6,000 6,500 6,500 Ghana 19 30 57 70 100 90 Guatemala 3,980 4,010 3,810 3,860 3,850 3,850 Guinea 400 445 325 450 425 425 Haiti 360 275 300 300 300 300 Honduras 3,225 3,550 3,975 5,600 5,000 5,800 India 4,375 4,825 5,035 5,200 5,100 5,300 Indonesia 10,000 10,500 9,325 8,300 9,700 9,700 Jamaica 31 28 23 22 20 20 Kenya 900 700 680 825 850 850 Laos 350 390 500 450 575 575 Liberia 7 2 4 5 5 5 Madagascar 530 475 550 550 575 525 Malawi 25 25 25 25 25 25 Malaysia 975 1,000 1,100 1,450 1,000 1,000 Mexico 4,550 4,150 4,000 5,000 4,300 4,700 Nicaragua 1,650 1,925 1,740 1,880 1,800 1,800 Nigeria 30 30 30 35 30 30 Panama 100 100 87 85 90 90 Papua New Guinea 1,035 1,085 865 1,400 1,150 1,150 Paraguay 25 25 25 25 25 25 Peru 4,000 3,300 4,100 5,200 4,800 4,800 Philippines 360 245 460 455 455 455 Rwanda 340 240 317 240 300 250 Sierra Leone 87 90 45 95 70 70 Sri Lanka 35 35 35 30 35 35 Tanzania 1,150 600 1,050 850 1,000 800 Thailand 800 900 900 900 900 900 Togo 185 450 615 635 650 650 Uganda 3,260 2,870 3,212 3,330 3,450 3,450 United States 133 107 100 105 100 100 Venezuela 1,000 725 625 850 880 880 Vietnam 16,980 18,500 20,000 26,000 22,400 25,000 Yemen 150 150 145 150 150 150 Zambia 39 27 7 10 10 10 Zimbabwe 22 21 10 8 10 8 Total 136,239 128,505 140,924 144,420 147,925 151,283 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  7. 7. Table 03B Arabica Coffee Production Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Arabica Production none Bolivia 135 140 125 140 150 150 Brazil 40,500 33,000 41,800 34,700 40,200 40,200 Burundi 250 300 235 205 225 225 Cameroon 90 90 90 90 100 100 Colombia 8,664 8,100 8,525 7,655 7,500 7,500 Congo (Kinshasa) 100 105 100 90 100 100 Costa Rica 1,580 1,475 1,575 1,700 1,800 1,600 Cuba 127 120 120 125 125 125 Dominican Republic 545 500 500 500 500 475 Ecuador 360 375 400 400 415 415 El Salvador 1,550 1,300 1,860 1,250 1,475 1,475 Ethiopia 5,500 6,000 6,125 6,000 6,500 6,500 Guatemala 3,970 4,000 3,800 3,850 3,840 3,840 Haiti 360 275 300 300 300 300 Honduras 3,225 3,550 3,975 5,600 5,000 5,800 India 1,325 1,575 1,570 1,660 1,675 1,640 Indonesia 1,300 1,500 1,375 1,300 1,700 1,700 Jamaica 31 28 23 22 20 20 Kenya 900 700 680 825 850 850 Madagascar 30 25 25 25 25 25 Malawi 25 25 25 25 25 25 Mexico 4,300 3,950 3,800 4,800 4,100 4,500 Nicaragua 1,650 1,925 1,740 1,880 1,800 1,800 Panama 100 100 87 85 90 90 Papua New Guinea 1,000 1,050 825 1,350 1,100 1,100 Paraguay 25 25 25 25 25 25 Peru 4,000 3,300 4,100 5,200 4,800 4,800 Philippines 35 20 35 30 30 30 Rwanda 340 240 317 240 300 250 Tanzania 650 400 600 550 700 500 Uganda 650 818 644 630 650 650 United States 133 107 100 105 100 100 Venezuela 1,000 725 625 850 880 880 Vietnam 480 450 650 800 800 850 Yemen 150 150 145 150 150 150 Zambia 39 27 7 10 10 10 Zimbabwe 22 21 10 8 10 8 Total 85,152 76,501 86,948 83,185 88,080 88,818 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  8. 8. Table 03C Robusta Coffee Production Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Robusta Production none Angola 30 30 25 25 30 30 Brazil 12,800 11,800 12,700 14,500 15,700 15,700 Cameroon 560 500 625 675 800 700 Central African Republic 10 30 27 10 20 15 Congo (Kinshasa) 200 200 165 165 165 165 Cote dIvoire 1,853 2,350 1,600 1,600 1,800 1,800 Ecuador 275 260 250 200 190 190 Ghana 19 30 57 70 100 90 Guatemala 10 10 10 10 10 10 Guinea 400 445 325 450 425 425 India 3,050 3,250 3,465 3,540 3,425 3,660 Indonesia 8,700 9,000 7,950 7,000 8,000 8,000 Laos 350 390 500 450 575 575 Liberia 7 2 4 5 5 5 Madagascar 500 450 525 525 550 500 Malaysia 975 1,000 1,100 1,450 1,000 1,000 Mexico 250 200 200 200 200 200 Nigeria 30 30 30 35 30 30 Papua New Guinea 35 35 40 50 50 50 Philippines 300 200 400 400 400 400 Sierra Leone 87 90 45 95 70 70 Sri Lanka 25 25 25 20 25 25 Tanzania 500 200 450 300 300 300 Thailand 800 900 900 900 900 900 Togo 185 450 615 635 650 650 Uganda 2,610 2,052 2,568 2,700 2,800 2,800 Vietnam 16,500 18,050 19,350 25,200 21,600 24,150 Total 51,062 51,979 53,951 61,210 59,820 62,440 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  9. 9. Table 04 Coffee Consumption Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Domestic Consumption none Algeria 2,070 2,080 1,815 2,240 2,050 2,350 Argentina 680 740 790 740 875 775 Australia 1,225 1,330 1,390 1,450 1,550 1,525 Bolivia 80 75 75 70 75 75 Brazil 18,030 18,760 19,420 19,980 20,760 20,690 Cameroon 75 75 75 75 75 75 Canada 2,865 3,170 3,375 3,345 3,600 3,450 China 435 610 930 925 1,050 1,100 Colombia 1,065 1,180 1,120 1,300 1,200 1,300 Congo (Kinshasa) 200 200 200 200 200 190 Costa Rica 261 305 423 462 415 415 Cote dIvoire 300 300 300 300 108 108 Croatia 380 380 380 355 380 380 Cuba 361 333 340 340 340 340 Dominican Republic 503 464 452 450 450 435 Ecuador 167 169 205 238 223 223 El Salvador 170 180 270 270 270 270 Ethiopia 2,500 2,800 2,860 2,900 3,000 3,000 EU-27 39,575 49,505 41,725 46,190 44,500 44,800 Guatemala 325 340 350 400 375 375 Haiti 340 284 294 291 300 300 Honduras 200 200 286 265 465 260 India 1,210 1,260 938 1,195 1,045 1,065 Indonesia 1,890 1,925 1,690 2,280 2,540 2,490 Iran 185 335 245 260 275 250 Japan 6,915 6,780 6,860 6,975 7,050 7,050 Jordan 420 360 330 390 375 425 Kazakhstan 290 270 190 200 225 225 Kenya 50 50 50 50 50 50 Korea, South 1,680 1,705 1,930 1,725 2,100 2,000 Laos 100 100 100 100 100 100 Madagascar 450 450 455 450 450 440 Malaysia 525 500 470 610 600 600 Mexico 1,950 1,900 1,990 1,950 2,050 1,950 Morocco 600 580 540 700 500 700 New Zealand 280 285 270 295 280 310 Nicaragua 90 90 90 90 90 90 Nigeria 29 27 28 28 25 25 Norway 700 670 710 660 700 700 Panama 55 47 50 50 50 50 Papua New Guinea 30 30 30 40 46 46 Paraguay 35 35 34 25 20 20 Peru 150 160 170 170 170 170 Philippines 1,690 2,220 2,839 3,445 2,670 2,970 Russia 3,190 3,805 4,190 3,700 4,900 3,900 Serbia 660 595 620 745 650 750 South Africa 390 470 550 515 575 550 Sri Lanka 41 35 35 30 35 35 Switzerland 1,800 1,950 2,180 2,175 2,300 2,300 Tanzania 25 35 35 45 45 45 Thailand 616 711 795 1,040 900 1,000 Turkey 260 275 315 350 325 375 Uganda 130 140 150 150 150 150 Ukraine 1,670 1,510 1,370 1,100 1,500 1,100 United States 22,650 22,060 22,880 23,410 23,300 23,600 Venezuela 835 875 1,305 1,315 1,320 1,320 Vietnam 950 1,200 1,337 1,665 1,775 1,825 Yemen 115 120 125 130 130 130 Total 124,596 137,179 133,098 140,970 141,708 141,373Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  10. 10. Table 05 Green Coffee Bean Ending Stocks Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Ending Stocks none Angola 20 11 5 3 2 2 Bolivia 44 35 19 4 4 4 Brazil 6,576 2,836 2,906 2,283 2,926 4,543 Burundi 18 23 15 15 5 5 Cameroon 219 44 34 24 24 24 Central African Republic 137 112 87 60 32 35 Colombia 209 284 99 249 179 284 Congo (Kinshasa) 31 34 24 10 4 10 Costa Rica 25 125 197 180 84 85 Cote dIvoire 88 93 408 118 100 110 EU-27 16,325 10,850 12,900 10,400 12,500 10,700 Ecuador 7 65 143 137 122 122 El Salvador 32 48 13 14 25 30 Ethiopia 120 70 100 100 100 100 Ghana 5 4 3 2 6 6 Guatemala 229 239 199 59 159 34 Guinea 12 7 2 12 22 22 Haiti 44 25 25 25 15 15 Honduras 50 218 30 90 105 145 India 2,523 2,578 2,000 1,100 425 580 Indonesia 1,208 1,603 83 88 148 148 Japan 2,050 1,950 2,550 2,140 2,500 2,190 Kenya 140 50 30 25 35 25 Madagascar 37 22 12 12 12 12 Mexico 109 124 89 104 129 124 Nicaragua 8 37 22 32 17 17 Norway 125 125 125 125 125 125 Papua New Guinea 21 36 21 31 35 35 Paraguay 39 24 10 5 5 5 Peru 84 74 124 29 84 59 Philippines 124 469 90 165 150 150 Switzerland 200 200 200 200 200 200 Tanzania 280 40 50 100 150 100 Thailand 42 92 60 63 55 73 Togo 1 9 7 7 7 7 Uganda 641 701 613 593 493 493 United States 5,333 4,250 4,580 5,100 5,200 5,300 Venezuela 349 390 232 273 153 153 Vietnam 2,307 1,012 800 950 864 1,825 Total 39,812 28,909 28,907 24,927 27,201 27,897 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  11. 11. Table 06A Total Coffee Exports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Exports none Angola 4 8 5 8 7 7 Bolivia 73 74 66 85 75 75 Brazil 31,475 29,780 35,010 29,843 34,000 32,950 Burundi 250 290 235 200 230 230 Cameroon 480 690 650 700 825 725 Central African Republic 6 25 22 7 15 10 Colombia 8,935 7,435 8,385 7,310 7,300 7,125 Congo (Kinshasa) 117 102 75 69 75 75 Costa Rica 1,385 1,200 1,255 1,330 1,600 1,400 Cote dIvoire 1,555 2,045 985 1,590 1,700 1,700 Cuba 6 7 5 10 10 10 Dominican Republic 42 36 48 50 50 40 Ecuador 861 1,140 1,250 1,521 1,800 1,800 El Salvador 1,510 1,240 1,772 1,173 1,403 1,403 Ethiopia 3,000 3,250 3,235 3,100 3,500 3,500 EU-27 225 170 485 410 500 400 Ghana 18 30 57 70 95 85 Guatemala 3,783 3,860 3,650 3,775 3,650 3,650 Guinea 375 410 300 400 375 375 Haiti 17 10 6 9 10 10 Honduras 3,050 3,200 3,900 5,290 4,500 5,500 India 2,415 3,590 4,890 5,005 5,400 4,805 Indonesia 7,700 8,750 9,720 7,450 8,100 8,100 Jamaica 26 23 18 17 15 15 Kenya 980 740 650 780 800 800 Laos 250 290 400 350 475 475 Liberia 7 2 4 5 5 5 Madagascar 115 40 105 100 125 85 Malawi 25 24 24 24 24 24 Malaysia 1,100 1,460 1,675 1,900 1,900 1,600 Mexico 2,735 2,480 2,460 3,315 2,500 3,000 Nicaragua 1,585 1,806 1,665 1,780 1,725 1,725 Nigeria 1 3 2 7 5 5 Panama 45 53 37 35 40 40 Papua New Guinea 1,070 1,040 850 1,350 1,100 1,100 Paraguay 5 5 5 5 5 5 Peru 3,830 3,150 3,880 5,125 4,600 4,600 Rwanda 340 240 317 240 300 250 Sierra Leone 70 70 25 75 50 50 Tanzania 1,205 805 1,005 755 955 755 Thailand 644 684 1,207 767 850 840 Togo 185 440 615 635 650 650 Uganda 3,050 2,670 3,150 3,200 3,400 3,400 Venezuela 235 125 100 100 80 80 Vietnam 15,565 18,670 19,225 24,405 20,450 22,500 Yemen 35 30 20 20 20 20 Zambia 39 27 7 10 10 10 Zimbabwe 18 17 6 3 5 3 Total 100,442 102,236 113,458 114,408 115,309 116,012 A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  12. 12. Table 06B Green Coffee Bean Exports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Bean Exports none Angola 4 8 5 8 7 7 Bolivia 73 74 66 85 75 75 Brazil 28,396 26,580 31,810 26,556 30,630 29,600 Burundi 250 290 235 200 230 230 Cameroon 480 690 650 700 825 725 Central African Republic 6 25 22 7 15 10 Colombia 8,160 6,445 7,400 6,675 6,500 6,500 Congo (Kinshasa) 117 102 75 69 75 75 Costa Rica 1,385 1,200 1,255 1,330 1,600 1,400 Cote dIvoire 1,180 1,755 725 1,290 1,400 1,400 Cuba 6 7 5 10 10 10 Dominican Republic 42 36 48 50 50 40 Ecuador 179 450 425 575 600 525 El Salvador 1,506 1,236 1,770 1,170 1,400 1,400 Ethiopia 3,000 3,250 3,235 3,100 3,500 3,500 Ghana 18 30 57 70 95 85 Guatemala 3,783 3,860 3,650 3,775 3,650 3,650 Guinea 375 410 300 400 375 375 Haiti 17 10 6 9 10 10 Honduras 3,050 3,200 3,900 5,290 4,500 5,500 India 2,125 3,040 4,160 4,200 4,000 4,100 Indonesia 6,625 7,425 7,415 4,950 6,100 6,100 Jamaica 26 23 18 17 15 15 Kenya 980 740 650 780 800 800 Laos 250 290 400 350 475 475 Liberia 7 2 4 5 5 5 Madagascar 115 40 105 100 125 85 Malawi 25 24 24 24 24 24 Mexico 2,125 1,790 1,735 2,525 1,800 2,200 Nicaragua 1,425 1,650 1,525 1,675 1,600 1,600 Nigeria 1 3 2 7 5 5 Panama 45 53 37 35 40 40 Papua New Guinea 1,070 1,040 850 1,350 1,100 1,100 Paraguay 5 5 5 5 5 5 Peru 3,830 3,150 3,880 5,125 4,600 4,600 Rwanda 340 240 317 240 300 250 Sierra Leone 70 70 25 75 50 50 Tanzania 1,200 800 1,000 750 950 750 Thailand 4 4 15 32 50 40 Togo 185 440 615 635 650 650 Uganda 3,050 2,670 3,150 3,200 3,400 3,400 Venezuela 200 120 100 100 80 80 Vietnam 15,430 18,425 18,800 23,950 20,000 22,000 Yemen 35 30 20 20 20 20 Zambia 39 27 7 10 10 10 Zimbabwe 18 17 6 3 5 3 Total 91,252 91,776 100,504 101,532 101,756 103,524 Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  13. 13. Table 06C Soluble Coffee Exports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Soluble Exports none Brazil 2,991 3,120 3,140 3,236 3,300 3,300 Colombia 725 925 935 610 775 600 Cote dIvoire 375 290 260 300 300 300 Ecuador 680 680 825 946 1,200 1,275 EU-27 225 170 485 410 500 400 India 290 550 725 800 1,400 700 Indonesia 1,075 1,325 2,305 2,500 2,000 2,000 Malaysia 1,100 1,460 1,675 1,900 1,900 1,600 Mexico 610 690 725 790 700 800 Nicaragua 160 156 140 105 125 125 Thailand 640 680 1,192 735 800 800 Vietnam 110 195 340 360 400 400 Total 8,986 10,246 12,752 12,697 13,405 12,305 A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012
  14. 14. Table 07A Total Coffee Imports Thousand 60-Kilogram Bags Jun Dec 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2012/13 Imports none Algeria 2,070 2,080 1,815 2,240 2,050 2,350 Argentina 680 740 790 740 875 775 Australia 1,225 1,330 1,390 1,450 1,550 1,525 Canada 2,865 3,170 3,375 3,345 3,600 3,450 China 435 610 930 925 1,050 1,100 Colombia 660 590 795 1,105 1,040 960 Costa Rica 15 130 175 75 120 120 Croatia 380 380 380 355 380 380 Cuba 240 220 225 225 225 225 Ecuador 389 732 883 1,153 1,403 1,403 El Salvador 157 136 147 194 214 214 EU-27 43,350 44,200 44,260 44,100 47,000 45,500 Guatemala 188 200 150 175 150 150 Honduras 18 18 23 15 15 15 India 0 80 215 100 770 50 Indonesia 290 570 565 1,435 1,000 950 Iran 185 335 245 260 275 250 Japan 7,005 6,680 7,460 6,565 7,150 7,100 Jordan 420 360 330 390 375 425 Kazakhstan 290 270 190 200 225 225 Korea, South 1,680 1,705 1,930 1,725 2,100 2,000 Malaysia 650 960 1,045 1,060 1,500 1,200 Mexico 114 245 415 280 270 270 Morocco 600 580 540 700 500 700 New Zealand 280 285 270 295 280 310 Norway 700 670 710 660 700 700 Philippines 1,325 2,320 2,000 3,065 2,200 2,500 Russia 3,190 3,805 4,190 3,700 4,900 3,900 Serbia 660 595 620 745 650 750 South Africa 390 470 550 515 575 550 Switzerland 1,800 1,950 2,180 2,175 2,300 2,300 Thailand 400 545 1,070 910 850 950 Turkey 260 275 315 350 325 375 Ukraine 1,670 1,510 1,370 1,100 1,500 1,100 United States 22,250 20,870 23,110 23,825 23,500 23,700 Venezuela 5 316 622 606 400 400 Vietnam 95 75 350 220 175 200 Total 96,931 100,007 105,630 106,978 112,192 109,072 A conversion factor of 2.6 was used to convert soluble coffee to the green bean equivalent. Coffee marketing year for producer countries begins either in October (Colombia), April (Indonesia) or July (Brazil), as examples. Coffee marketing year for non-producer countries begins in October. For each non-producing country, the balance between imports and exports was used in order to remove double-counting from these trade figures.Foreign Agricultural Service/USDAOffice of Global Analysis December 2012

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