Coffee Tumbles as Colombia Boosts Exports in Response to El NinoBy
Government aids farmers after drought conditions bake beans
As much as 18% of current crop is lower-quality coffee
Coffee futures fell the most in seven months after Colombia announced measures that will increase exports, spurred by the plight of farmers in the country who are dealing with drought conditions linked to the El Nino weather pattern.
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