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Vietnam's coffee exports in January are estimated to have dropped 17.6 percent from a year earlier to 120,000 metric tons, while rice exports likely fell 29.5 percent, government data released on Friday showed.

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SOYBEANS CLIMB 1.6% ON EDIBLE OIL SUPPLY CONCERNS Corn ticked higher after dropping to its lowest since June 2018 earlier in the session, while wheat gained on bargain-buying.
PANIC BUYING, PRICE GOUGING REPORTED IN MANILA OVER CORONAVIRUS Retailers warn against panic buying, Duterte to undergo COVID-19 test  
FROM MANILA TO MALAYSIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA IS MOVING TO BEAT IMPACTS OF CORONAVIRUS TAIPEI, TAIWAN - Singapore was hit a month ago with a surge in novel coronavirus cases that originated in China but capped the spread. Malaysia and Thailand watched beach...
CHINA JANUARY- FEBRUARY EXPORTS TUMBLE, IMPORTS DOWN AS CORONAVIRUS BATTERS TRADE AND BUSINESS BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s exports contracted sharply in the first two months of the year, and imports declined, as the health crisis triggered by the coronavirus outbreak
CORONAVIRUS DRAGS IPHONE SHIPMENTS TO CHINA DOWN 60 PERCENT Apple had seen a 'doomsday-type' decline in sales out of China because of the coronavirus, said an analyst.
HERE'S ANOTHER DRAG ON CHINA'S VIRUS-HIT ECONOMY: FALLING PRICES Producer prices in Chinese factories declined in February on coronavirus effects, but food prices soared.
HTTING REVERSE: CORONAVIRUS SENDS CHINA CAR SALES PLUNGING The monthly drop was the largest ever in China's automotive industry as the shoppers stayed cautious due to the virus.
SUPPLY IMPACT OF THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK IS WANING, BUT DEMAND SHOCK WILL LINGER, ECONOMIST SAYS In January and February, industrial output fell by 13.5% from the same period a year earlier, the weakest reading since January 1990 — when Reuters’ record...
COLUMBIA, BURBERRY, AND 12 OTHER FASHION FIRMS ARE CLOSING STORES DUE TO CORONAVIRUS Some retailers have shuttered their outposts or reduced operating hours in heavily affected areas, leading to lower sales that are likely to hurt their bottom lines, although the
WALMART, MCDONALD'S, HOME DEPOT, AND 16 OTHERS RETAILERS SHARE HOW THE CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK COULD AFFECT BUSINESS The coronavirus outbreak is taking a toll on the economy in China and beyond. Certain sectors and companies are more exposed to risk than...
CORONAVIRUS DEVASTATES CHINA'S ECONOMY AND THE 'NIGHTMARE' IS NOT OVER Hong Kong (CNN Business)- China's economy was devastated by the novel coronavirus outbreak in the first two months of the year, according to data published...
CORONAVIRUS: VIETNAM LURED FACTORIES DURING TRADE WAR, BUT NOW FACES BIG HIT AS PARTS FROM CHINA STOPS FLOWING Vietnam became the destination of choice for firms looking to avoid trade war tariffs, but the coronavirus has left many cut off from their suppliers The Southeast Asian nation
PANDEMIC ACCELERATES PUSH TO MOVE SUPPLY CHAINS OUT OF CHINA The coronavirus pandemic has businesses and lawmakers intensifying efforts to move their supply chains out of China.
75% OF COMPANIES REPORT CORONAVIRUS HAS DISRUPTED THEIR SUPPLY CHAINS Nearly 75% of companies are seeing capacity disruptions in their supply chains as a result of coronavirus-related transportation restrictions, according to an Institute for...
BRIDAL GOWNS COULD BE IN SHORT SUPPLY FOR WEDDING SEASON BECAUSE OF CORONAVIRUS New York (CNN Business)- With the summer wedding season around the corner, the coronavirus outbreak could leave brides-to-be in panic: Some may be unable to get...
CORONAVIRUS: THE SEVEN ACTIONS FROM PROCUREMENT TEAMS Procurement teams are focusing on seven key actions to address the threat to business continuity posed by the coronavirus.
THE NEW CORONAVIRUS COULD HAVE A LASTING IMPACT ON GLOBAL SUPPLY CHAINS Multinationals have failed to take seriously the risk of disruption  
UK INDUSTRY CALLS FOR STEPS TO MITIGATE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS The UK manufacturing industry is calling on the Government to work with the sector and take the necessary steps to mitigate the impact of COVID-19.