BUJUMBURA (Reuters) – Burundi's earnings from coffee exports fell 63 percent in December from the previous month due to lower volumes sold, the country's industry regulator said on Monday. "Low quantities of coffee were exported in December as most buyers in western countries were off for the holidays," said regulator ARFIC in its monthly report. Earnings dropped to $ 2.1 million from $ 5.7 million in November, as the amount of coffee sold tumbled to 896,547 kg from 1,671,638 kg in the previous month. ARFIC expects the central African nation to earn a total of$ 61. …
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