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An economic analysis of smallholder coffee production in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Vietnam

@inproceedings{Salazar2006AnEA,
  title={An economic analysis of smallholder coffee production in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Vietnam},
  author={M. Salazar},
  year={2006}
}
Salazar, Marcia, M.S., Purdue University, August 2006. An Economic Analysis of Smallholder Coffee Production in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Vietnam. Major Professor: Dr. Gerald Shively. Coffee is one of the most important export commodities in Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Vietnam. Unfortunately, a recent decline in the price of coffee due to an oversupply in the world market has dramatically lowered farmgate prices and reduced farmers’ incomes on coffee-growing countries. By… 

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