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  • Unknown author (1933-03)
    São Paulo, February 15, 1933. – No regrets are expressed at the passing of the National Coffee Council, although Drs. Mucio and Roquete, ex members, are reported to have expressed “amazement”, and have betaken themselves ...
  • Aaker, John R. (1953-11)
    The severe frost in Brazil of early July, 1953, has raised several questions regarding damage to future of prices. This is particularly so because world coffee supplies have not been plentiful in recent years.
  • Unknown author (1935-09)
    “On August 22 the Executive Committee of the Pacific luncheon at the Bohemian Club in honor of Dr. Oswaldo Aranha, Brazil’s Ambassador to the United States. Dr. Aranha drove from Washington on a pleasure trip via Chicago ...
  • Unknown author (1935-11)
    Producing the best quality possible of the various types of Brazil coffee is the aim of the Departamento Nacional do Café (DNC). Making this product available when and as desired to the various consuming countries is another ...
  • Krug, C. A. (1954-11)
    Coffee was introduced into Sao Paulo some 150 years ago. Migrating southwards trough the Paraiba Valley, the main connecting link between Rio de Janeiro and the State’s Capital, it moved to Campinas and from there north ...
  • Unknown author (1934-09)
    Mr. Feugen Nortz, of Nortz & Co., New York , who with his son, Paul Nortz the latter a member of the United States Delegation of coffee traders visiting Brazil has been marking a detailed study of coffee growing conditions ...
  • Unknown author (1933-03)
    The Federal Government has extinguished the National Council, creating in substation, the National Coffee Department, subordinated to the Ministry of Finance. With this measure the Government intends to stabilize the coffee ...
  • 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 (1933-03)
    In consequence of various political facts, the Military Governor of the State decided to dismiss summarily the Board of Directors elected by delegates of the coffee growers, and place in office Dr. L. V. Figueira de Mello, ...
  • Unknown author (1933-03)
    The Federal Interventor has signed a decree covering the reorganization of the São Paulo Coffee Institute. In accordance with this decree the Institute will continue in charge of the defense of the coffee growers in this ...
  • Fernandes (1933-03)
    A general plan of syndication the Paulista coffee interests has become known, which is to be executed within three months, and governed by fixed regulations, through the initiative of the new directorate of the Coffee ...
  • Unknown author (1953-10)
    Coffee was introduced in brazil in 1727 – more than two centuries ago. Since then, the expansion of the coffee industry has never ceased and new growing areas have been constantly opened. Coffee has also been an increasingly ...
  • Borchsenuis, Carl (1953-09)
    During the past few years, I have made regular trips to the interior of Brazil. The impressions of the new plantations in Parana were always most pleasant for a man who makes his livelihood in coffee, and who wants to see ...
  • Unknown author (1953-10)
    Curitiba, September 21 – The Centennial Celebration marking the 100 th anniversary of the State of Parana as an autonomous state within the Brazil Federation will open in Curitiba, capital of Parana, on December 19, 1953. ...
  • Andrade, Theophilo de (1939-09)
    Rio de Janeiro, Aug. 15 – The first month of the new coffee crop was not very encouraging, with deliveries from the interior less than July of last year. Exports were also lower, the July total being 1,-162,738 bags as ...
  • Martins Filho, Marcelino (1954-11)
    Coffee growing in Brazil acquired international importance only from the time it spread throughout the Paraiba River valley, a vast sub-tropical “belt”, tributary to a large extent to the port of Rio de Janeiro. The precious ...
  • Ukers, William H. (1934-09)
    Rolling down to Rio is very different in 1934 from what is was 46 years ago when Louis R. Gray of Arbuckle’s’ first made the trip; or in 1898 when Leslie C. Greenland came out from England. And the late Jock Mc Kinlay, ...
  • Unknown author (1935-05)
    Dr. Cesário Coimbra, who has been appointed a Director of the Departamento Nacional do Café (DNC), has tendered his resignation as President of the São Paulo Coffee Institute, which position, however, he will continue to ...
  • 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 (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 ...

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