Signature of International Coffee Agreement 2007: Yemen
27 February 2008
First signature of International Coffee Agreement 2007: The Ambassador for the Yemen, H.E. Mr. Mohamed Taha Mustafa, signed the 2007 Agreement at the ICO headquarters in London on 27 February 2008. Yemen is the first country to sign the Agreement, and will now take steps to deposit an instrument of ratification, acceptance or approval by the deadline of 30 September 2008. Yemen is a coffee producing country with average annual production estimated at around 250,000 60-kg bags.Further Information (PDF File)
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