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Tech Savvy Vietnam Coffee Farmers Brew Global Takeover

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April 17, 2013
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In Vietnam, tech-savvy coffee farmers are using mobile phones to get better prices for their beans, while the country's 'Coffee King' vows to take the country's Robusta beans to the world.


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