Brazil Coffee Production Seen at Record in 2018-19: Ganes-Chase

(Bloomberg) — Robusta production in Brazil will increase,
while arabica output will see impact of dry weather, Judy Ganes-
Chase, president of J. Ganes Consulting, says at conference in
Jakarta.

* Brazil`s crop may be largest ever, but may not be a “perfect”
crop, Ganes-Chase says

* Weather in next 2 months will determine scale of production

* The market is banking on the crop to be “monstrous” in size,
prospects that it will rebuild Brazilian inventories have been
weighing on market

** NOTE: Brazil Rains Renew Hopes for Monster Coffee Crop Next
Year

* Arabica market is watching weather in Brazil with rain erratic
for flowering

* Outlook for Vietnamese coffee crop still very good, despite
rain that`s delayed harvest

** Vietnam may still get heavy rain

** NOTE: Vietnam 2017-18 Coffee Output Seen Rising to 1.71m
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