NewIndPress.com | Thursday February 15 2007| SOMWARPET:
The State Government will acquire the Jamma Malai lands in Kodagu district and will send a proposal to the Union Government under CAMPA developmental works action plan and will take steps to provide compensation if the Union Government releases funds, said Forest Minister C Chennigappa. Read More
Madikeri Chambers of Commerce and Industry along with Coorg Eco-Tourism Promotion Council are jointly organising the Coorg Tourism-cum-coffee festival at Madikeri on April 15.Â
This event will provide a forum for the tourism industry and the plantation sector, including home-stay ventures to explore joint opportunities. Read More
BANGALORE, MARCH 21:Â The Indian coffee exports are set to register a 10-year low during the current financial year ending March on the back of several factors including decline in production and hold over of stocks by growers.
Till date in the current fiscal, the coffee exports stood at 1,66,450 tonne, 15% down from 1,96,210 tonne in the same period last fiscal. Read More
Coffee prices across Asia fell in the week to Tuesday, tracking sharp losses in international coffee futures.
On Monday, the May robusta contract on the London International Financial Futures and Options Exchange finished at $1,117 a metric ton, down $40, or 3.5%. It was $82 lower than a week earlier. Read More
Rain forecastÂ forÂ brazil.May boost up production in brazil. It may not be a good option toÂ hoardÂ beans for long,hoping for a furtherÂ price increase.
BY DANIELLE ROSSINGH
Robusta coffee fell in London on speculation rain may boost the harvest in Brazil, the world’s biggest producer and exporter, easing concerns about a global shortage. Read More
NEW YORK, Mar 13, 2006Â
Arabica coffee futures slid Monday on the New York Board of Trade, but active roaster and industry buying pared a fund-driven selloff to 2 1/2-month lows.
Most-active May closed 170 points lower at $1.0590 a pound.
“Funds and locals sold and May broke the recent low at $1.0650,” a desk manager here said. “But there was excellent buying from U.S. Read More
Mumbai, March 13: Tata Coffee Ltd today decided to issue on rights basis two equity shares of Rs 10 each for every five held by its existing shareholders. The price band for the rights shares has been fixed between Rs 220 and Rs 260 per share. The record date will be announced later. Read MoreRead More...