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  • Unknown author (1933-05)
    As soon as the announcement concerning Brazil’s latest coffee bonus in kind reached this country there arose a wave of protest from coffee roasters and distributers all over the United States. Chairman Hebert Delafield of ...
  • Unknown author (1933-05)
    The National Coffee Department, in its endeavor to meet foreign coffee-price competition without reducing prices, has conceived and put in execution, as of April 17, a 10 per cent bonus in kind on all coffee exports.
  • Unknown author (1933-05)
    The internal dissension which arose in the Department of Coffee, with the resignation of the member for Minas, has not yet been smoothed out. The best information that can be gathered from intimates oh the Department, is ...
  • Unknown author (1933-09)
    São Paulo, August 19, 1933. – Major Juarez Tavora, eminent revolutionary and Minister for Agriculture at Rio, has again brought forward his proposal that all services connect with coffee, reference, and propaganda should ...
  • Unknown author (1933-09)
    Following the negotiations inaugurated between the State Departament and the Minister from Colombia, last week, for the first of a series of new commercial treaties with our neighbors to the south, exploratory conversations ...
  • Unknown author (1933-10)
    The coffee market is reported to be very flat, with holders refusing offers due to prices considered low, but tending to go be very flat, with holders refusing offers due to prices considered low, but tending to still ...
  • Unknown author (1933-10)
    Dr. Armando Salles, the new Federal Agent, has desired his predecessor, General Daltro, commander of the Military Region, to preside over the inquiry at the São Paulo Coffee Institute, which is investigating the responsibility ...
  • Unknown author (1933-11)
    A complete new directorate for the Coffee Institute of São Paulo is the resignation of Dr. Taylor de Oliveira last week for reasons connected with his private business interests soon will be followed by the resignation of ...
  • Unknown author (1933-11)
    A letter in the New York Times, November 2, from a writer signing himself as Director of the Brazil Information Service, New York City, states that news of impending revolutionary activities in São Paulo and Rio Grande do ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    Rio de Janeiro, February 5, 1934. – A recent fortnightly report of the DNC says that the government of the State of São Paulo has reduced 3$000 per bag the ne- milreis-gold tax on São Paulo’s coffee. The same tax having ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    Santos, February 14,1934. – On the 10th of this month the Departmento Nacional do Café passed its first anniversary as the successor of the former National Coffee Council; in other words it is just a year ago since the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    The inquiry into the affairs of the São Paulo Coffee Institute which was inaugurated after the removal of General Waldomiro has been terminated by General Daltro, who affirms that it has been carried out “with exclusive ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    Santos, February 14, 1934. – According to telegraphic information from the Brazilian Embassy in Paris, the French Government has just revoked the part of the decree of October 30 last which established a surtax on entries ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    The Federal Government of Brazil decreed a new four-year plan for the foreign debts of Brazilian Federal, State, and Municipal Governments, on February 5 th . The new plan, which recognizes the fact that full debt service ...
  • Unknown author (1934-03)
    Rio de Janeiro, Feb. 2, 1934. – Following the audit of Brazil’s retained stocks of coffee by the Brazilian Institute of Accountancy and the English chartered accountants, Mac Auliffe, Davis, Bell &Co., the National Department ...
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    “Destruction of coffee in Brazil to April 30 totaled 26,810,000 bags, according to cables received by the New York Coffee & Sugar Exchange. Destruction has been accelerated after a sharp decrease in rate during the first ...
  • Unknown author (1934-05)
    Recent issues of Medeiros‟ Bulletin contain some interesting comments on Brazil coffee propaganda by Mr. Carl Hellwig, a Santos coffee exporter, who reviews Brazil‟s propaganda efforts in various countries, analyzes the ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Dr. Oswaldo Aranha, the newly appointed Ambassador of Brazil to the United States, arrived in New York on the Rex, from Italy, on September 13 th . In the Brazilian Committee of the Pan American Society at the Waldorf-Astroia. ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    São Paulo, August 18, 1934, - Upon the completion of the tour of the Brazil coffee Delegation, issued [...] official statement to press, giving the delegation’s impressions of the trip and expressing appreciation of ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Coffee deliveries to world consumption during July and August – the first two months of the crop year – were 3,575 bags, against 3,811,304 bags in the same period of 1933 – a decline of 6.5 per cent. In the United States ...

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