2nd International Ethiopian Coffee Conference
4 November 2013
The Executive Director of the ICO, Mr Robério Oliveira Silva, was invited to speak at the 2nd International Ethiopian Coffee Conference which took place in Addis Ababa on 4 and 5 November 2013, organized by the Ethiopian Coffee Exporters Association. The theme of the conference was ‘Building a sustainable coffee future’. The Conference was opened by the President of the Republic of Ethiopia, H.E. Dr Mulatu Teshome and attended by dignitaries including H.E. Mr Yacob Yala, State Minister of Trade. During his visit, the Executive Director had a meeting with the President to discuss coffee issues.Further Information (PDF File)
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