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VIETNAM PRESS-Drinking Water Shortages Disrupt Coffee Creation - Nhan Dan

Date Added: June 06, 2017 06:06:15 AM
Author: Pam Beeson
Category: Entertainment
At least 4,000 hectares (nearly 10,000 acres) of coffee in the central highland provinces of Daklak, Lam Dong and Kontum are suffering from normal water shortages, the Nhan Dan (People) newspaper reports, citing localized irrigation departments. Drinking water in the provinces' lakes contain dropped to low levels, while sunny times are forecast forward, the report said. The dry season is at its peak in the Central Highlands area, which works out about 80 percent of the coffee productivity of Vietnam, the world's largest robusta producer. ---- NOTE: Reuters has not verified this account and does not vouch for its accuracy. (Published by Hanoi Newsroom; Editing by Prateek Chatterjee) At least 4,000 hectares (nearly 10,000 acres) of coffee in the central highland provinces of Daklak, Lam Dong and Kontum are suffering from normal water shortages, the dang ky nhan hieu Dan (People) newspaper reports, citing localized irrigation departments. Drinking water in the provinces' lakes contain dropped to low levels, while sunny times are forecast forward, the report said. The dry season is at its peak in the Central Highlands area, which works out about 80 percent of the coffee productivity of Vietnam, the world's largest robusta producer. ---- NOTE: Reuters has not verified this account and does not vouch for its accuracy. (Published by Hanoi Newsroom; Editing by Prateek Chatterjee) At least 4,000 hectares (nearly 10,000 acres) of coffee in the central highland provinces of Daklak, Lam Dong and Kontum are suffering from normal water shortages, the Nhan Dan (People) newspaper reports, citing localized irrigation departments. Drinking water in the provinces' lakes contain dropped to low levels, while sunny times are forecast forward, the report said. The dry season is at its peak in the Central Highlands area, which works out about 80 percent of the coffee productivity of Vietnam, the world's largest robusta producer. ---- NOTE: Reuters has not verified this account and does not vouch for its accuracy. (Published by Hanoi Newsroom; Editing by Prateek Chatterjee) At least 4,000 hectares (nearly 10,000 acres) of coffee in the central highland provinces of Daklak, Lam Dong and Kontum are suffering from normal water shortages, the Nhan Dan (People) newspaper reports, citing localized irrigation departments. Drinking water in the provinces' lakes contain dropped to low levels, while sunny times are forecast forward, the report said. The dry season is at its peak in the Central Highlands area, which works out about 80 percent of the coffee productivity of Vietnam, the world's largest robusta producer. ---- NOTE: Reuters has not verified this account and does not vouch for its accuracy. (Published by Hanoi Newsroom; Editing by Prateek Chatterjee)