THE SINGAPORE COFFEE ASSOCIATION
OUR DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS
Mr Shinichi Sasaki
Specialty Coffee Association of Japan
"Overview of the Speciality Coffee Market in Japan"
Mr Carlos Andres Arclia
"Innovating Processing Methods for Speciality Coffee"
HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENTS
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In its capacity as the central bank, Bank Indonesia has one single objective, namely to achieve and maintain the stability of the rupiah value. The stability of the rupiah value contains two aspects, namely the stability of the currency value against goods and services, as well as the stability against the currencies of other countries.
The first aspect is reflected in the development of the inflation rate, while the second aspect is reflected in the development of the rupiah exchange rate against the currencies of other countries. The formulation of this single objective is intended to clarify the targets that must be achieved by Bank Indonesia as well as the boundaries of its responsibilities. Thus, whether or not the Bank Indonesia's goals will be achieved can be easily measured. Find out more >>>
Established in 1989, we are listed on the Singapore Exchange. Our team of more than 81,000 employees have built leadership positions in many of our businesses such as Cocoa, Coffee, Cotton, Nuts and Spices. Our 6 values shape our actions towards our work, our customers, our suppliers, each other and our culture. Find out more >>>
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In line with the mission of Colombia Embassy, this collaboration with Singapore Coffee Association enhances the relationship between the regional coffee buyers as well as the coffee producers in Colombia.
As of 2020, Colombia is the third largest coffee-producing country and exporters in the world, with approximately 13,672,000 sacks exported annually. Coffee first began to be cultivated commercially in Colombia in the mid-1830s and throughout the twentieth century was the country’s main export crop. The importance of coffee to Colombia’s economy cannot be overstated. The country has around 875,000 hectares planted with coffee across 590 municipalities and 14 coffee-growing regions.
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Submission deadline 23 Apr 2021