LONDON, Aug 28- Global coffee exports fell 3.6 percent in July from a year earlier to total 9.59 million 60 kg bags, the International Coffee Organization said on Friday. For the first 10 months of the 2014/ 15 season, which began on Oct. 1 last year, coffee exports were down 2.8 percent at 92.85 million bags. Robusta coffee exports fell 8.4 percent in July from a year...» Read More
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