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Viernes café - #28

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Hidden : Friday, February 15, 2019
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15 February 2019, 06:45 - 08:00

El Salvador

La producción de café en El Salvador ha alimentado la economía salvadoreña y ha dado forma a su historia durante más de un siglo. Con un rápido crecimiento en el siglo XIX, el café en El Salvador ha proporcionado tradicionalmente más del 50% de los ingresos de exportación del país, alcanzando un máximo en 1980 con un ingreso de más de $ 615 millones. Con la agitación política y económica resultante de una guerra civil en la década de 1980, la industria del café ha luchado por recuperarse por completo, y en 1985 ganó alrededor de $ 403 millones del café.

Los rendimientos del café verde, una especialidad salvadoreña, disminuyeron en términos absolutos de 175,000 toneladas en 1979 a 141,000 toneladas en 1986; una caída del 19 por ciento atribuida directamente a la disminución de los niveles de inversión causados ​​por la guerra. Desde el año 2000, la industria se ha visto muy afectada por el aumento de la competencia de otros países en el mercado mundial, cuyos granos de café más baratos han hecho caer los precios. A partir de 2002, el comercio de café solo es responsable del 3.5% del PNB de El Salvador y más del 90% del café de El Salvador se cultiva en plantaciones de café de sombra y alrededor del 80% de los bosques de El Salvador están asociados con las plantaciones de café de sombra.

El Salvador

Coffee production in El Salvador has fueled the Salvadoran economy and shaped its history for more than a century. Rapidly growing in the 19th century, coffee in El Salvador has traditionally provided more than 50% of the country's export revenues, reaching a peak in 1980 with a revenue of more than $615 million. With the political and economic turmoil resulting from a civil war in the 1980s, the coffee industry has struggled to recover entirely, and by 1985 earned around $403 million from coffee.

Yields of green coffee, a Salvadoran speciality declined in absolute terms from 175,000 tons in 1979 to 141,000 tons in 1986; a 19 percent drop attributed directly to decreased levels of investment caused by the war. Since 2000, the industry has been greatly affected by increased competition from other countries on the world market, whose cheaper coffee beans have caused prices to plummet. As of 2002 coffee trading is only responsible for 3.5% of El Salvador's GNP and over 90% of El Salvador's coffee is grown in shade coffee plantations and around 80% of El Salvador's forests are associated with shade coffee plantations.












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Date: Friday, 15 February 2019

Time: From 06h45 to  08h00

Place: Brioche, 181 Main Rd, Walmer

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