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INTERNATIONAL PEPPER COMMUNITY
20/08/2014 WPB Week #33/14, 11 - 15 August 2014 Despite of the arrival of newly harvested pepper from the origins, Pepper prices continue its increasing trend in Indonesia and Malaysia. Harvesting of pepper from the main producing areas of Sarawak in Malaysia has started in May and Lampung began in the mid of July. Local prices of Black Pepper in Lampung, Indonesia recorded an increase by 2% as compared to the average prices last week. In Sarawak, local prices continue to rise by 6% and has recorded to a new all-time high.
15/08/2014 IPC IS TO REVISE IPC QUALITY STANDARD FOR PEPPER AND PEPPER PRODUCTS The International Pepper Community has established the two Quality Standards for Pepper namely: (i) IPC Grades of Whole Pepper Black and White, (ii) IPC Grades of Treated Whole Pepper Black and White. These standards were adopted by the IPC member countries at the 29th Annual Session and Meetings of IPC held at Belem, State of Para, Brazil in November 2001.
17/07/2014 Market Review – June 2014 During June 2014, the Pepper Price Index increased by 9.48 points for black pepper and 1.57 points for white pepper (Table 1). The composite price of black pepper increased by 3.6% from USD 7,675 in May 2014 to USD 7,949 per MT in June, while that of white pepper increased marginally 0.7% from USD 10,241 per MT in May to USD 10,308 in June, 2014
13/08/2014 Exportações do agronegócio no ES superam US$ 1,14 bilhão ao ano O agronegócio capixaba fechou os primeiros sete meses de 2014 com uma receita cambial - valor oriundo da diferença de câmbio (real x dólar) - de US$ 1,14 bilhão em produtos exportados. O valor equivale a mais de 1,5 milhão de toneladas comercializadas para o exterior. Comparando com o mesmo período do ano anterior, o valor e o volume exportados registraram acréscimos de 10% e 6,6%, respectivamente.