Indonesian coffee farmers struggle as prices hit 8-year low

The world’s third-largest growers of the Robusta variety of coffee beans say they will go bankrupt if prices do not improve.

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    Coffee farmers in Indonesia are expecting a bumper crop this year.

    But with prices at an eight-year low, some growers are warning they will go bankrupt if things do not improve.

    Al Jazeera's Florence Looi reports from Jakarta.


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