Drought Leaves Brazil’s Southeastern Coffee Farmers Parched – Wall Street Journal



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Drought Leaves Brazil's Southeastern Coffee Farmers Parched
Wall Street Journal
ITAGUAÇU, BRAZIL—Even as the rains begin to fall, the drought that forced Brazilian farmers like Carlos Babilon to dig up their coffee trees is set to continue to affect prices in the coffee market. Mr. Babilon has uprooted about 8,000 coffee trees on

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