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Coffee Production in East Timor - 05 Jul 2007
Coffee Production in East Timor - 05 Jul 2007
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July 05, 2007
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which...
Dili, East Timor
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
Workers packs a coffee for the local market in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in...
Dili, East Timor
Workers packs a coffee for the local market in Dili
Workers packs a coffee for the local market in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
Men repair coffee grinding machine in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East...
Dili, East Timor
Men repair coffee grinding machine in Dili
Men repair coffee grinding machine in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
An East Timorese worker shows a dried coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened...
Dili, East Timor
An East Timorese worker shows a dried coffee beans in Dili
An East Timorese worker shows a dried coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
A man dries coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces...
Dili, East Timor
A man dries coffee beans in Dili
A man dries coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
Elderly men work in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up...
Dili, East Timor
Elderly men work in Dili
Elderly men work in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
Workers sit during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor...
Dili, East Timor
Workers sit during a break in Dili
Workers sit during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
Elderly men work in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up...
Dili, East Timor
Elderly men work in Dili
Elderly men work in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
A man grinds coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces...
Dili, East Timor
A man grinds coffee beans in Dili
A man grinds coffee beans in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 05, 2007
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which...
Dili, East Timor
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili,
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese children show coffee beans as they help their mother to pick beans at a plantation outside...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese children show coffee beans as they help their mother to pick beans at a plantation outside...
East Timorese children show coffee beans as they help their mother to pick beans at a plantation outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili
An East Timorese worker moves a sack of coffee at a warehouse outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese children watch people picking coffee beans outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese children watch people picking coffee beans outside Ermera district
East Timorese children watch people picking coffee beans outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000...
Ermera, East Timor
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili
East Timorese workers dry coffee beans outside Dili July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese Antonio Soares grind coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house, outside...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese Antonio Soares grind coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house outside...
An East Timorese Antonio Soares grind coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house, outside Ermera district, July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district
An East Timorese child picks a coffee bean at their farm outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, pour water before grinding coffee beans with traditional tools in front...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, pour water before grinding coffee beans with traditional tools in front...
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, pour water before grinding coffee beans with traditional tools in front of his house outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese man dries coffee beans in front of his house, outside Ermera district, July 3, 2007....
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese man dries coffee beans in front of his house, outside Ermera district
An East Timorese man dries coffee beans in front of his house, outside Ermera district, July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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July 04, 2007
An East Timorese Antonio Soares (R), a coffee farmer stands outside his house, outside Ermera district...
Ermera, East Timor
An East Timorese Antonio Soares, a coffee farmer stands outside his house, outside Ermera district
An East Timorese Antonio Soares (R), a coffee farmer stands outside his house, outside Ermera district July 3, 2007. East Timor production of up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. Picture taken July 3, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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