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  1) 1936
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2) Проф. Алан Лихтман разработал собственную систему предсказания итогов выборов, коя опирается не на сиюминутные опоросы [мнения Гукожопатой общественностЁ об общественном мнении], а оценивает [обстакановку] через тринадцать указателей. Лихтман приобрёл широкую известность, безошибочно предсказывая исход выборов пГезика в СШПётоукя с 1984 г. И в отличие от всех социолухов его модель предсказывала победу Дональда Трампа. В копилку Лихтмана плюс один.

3) 2015
Brazil: US$5.6 billion (18.2% of total coffee exports)
Colombia: $2.6 billion (8.4%)
Vietnam: $2.4 billion (7.9%)
Germany: $2.2 billion (7.3%)
Switzerland: $2 billion (6.7%)
Italy: $1.4 billion (4.6%)
Indonesia: $1.2 billion (4.1%)
Belgium: $1.1 billion (3.5%)
Honduras: $1 billion (3.4%)
Ethiopia: $1 billion (3.3%)
United States: $947.6 million (3.1%)
France: $703.8 million (2.3%)
Guatemala: $664.5 million (2.2%)
Peru: $584.5 million (1.9%)
India: $540.7 million (1.8%)

Among the above countries, the fastest-growing coffee exporters since 2011 were: France (up 78.4%), Indonesia (up 20.4%), Ethiopia (up 20.3%) and Switzerland (up 17.2%).

Top countries that posted declines in their exported coffee sales were Peru (down 63.4%), Guatemala (down 37.5%), Brazil (down 30.7%) and Belgium (down 25.4%).

The listed 15 countries shipped 78.7% of global coffee exports for 2015.

The following countries posted the highest positive net exports for coffee during 2015. Investopedia defines net exports as the value of a country’s total exports minus the value of its total imports. Thus, the statistics below present the surplus between the value of each country’s coffee exports and its import purchases for that same commodity.

Brazil: US$5.5 billion (net export surplus down 31.1% since 2011)
Colombia: $2.6 billion (up 3%)
Vietnam: $2.4 billion (down 12.2%)
Switzerland: $1.2 billion (up 48.1%)
Indonesia: $1.2 billion (up 24.9%)
Honduras: $1 billion (down 18.3%)
Ethiopia: $1 billion (up 20.2%)
Guatemala: $663.9 million (down 37.6%)
Peru: $581.9 million (down 63.5%)
India: $420.8 million (down 28.1%)
Nicaragua: $395 million (down 7.5%)
Uganda: $386.9 million (down 16.6%)
Costa Rica: $293.7 million (down 15.5%)
Mexico: $258.9 million (down 58.1%)
Kenya: $231.5 million (up 4.7)

The following countries posted the highest negative net exports for coffee during 2015. Investopedia defines net exports as the value of a country’s total exports minus the value of its total imports. Thus, the statistics below present the deficit between the value of each country’s coffee import purchases and its exports for that same commodity.

US: –US$5.1 billion (net export deficit down 25.4% since 2011)
France: –$1.7 billion (down 14.8%)
Japan: –$1.6 billion (down 23.7%)
Germany: –$1.2 billion (down 51.4%)
Spain: –$743 million (down 9.8%)
Canada: –$722.3 million (down 26%)
UK: –$598.8 million (down 19.4%)
S. Korea: –$542.9 million (down 7.6%)
Russia: –$470 million (down 2.8%)
Australia: –$458.2 million (up 14.5%)
Netherlands: –$415 million (up 33.9%)
Italy: –$380.7 million (down 47.2%)
Sweden: –$340.9 million (down 32.9%)
Austria: –$315.5 million (down 23.3%)
Finland: –$244.3 million (down 32.7%)

US has the highest deficit in the international trade of coffee. In turn, this negative cashflow confirms America’s strong competitive disadvantage for this specific product category but also signals opportunities for coffee-supplying countries that help satisfy the powerful demand.

Coffee Exporting Companies

According to the Tropical Commodity Coalition (TCC), green coffee beans are a minimally processed product accounting for approximately 95% of coffee exports. Ironically, coffee-producing countries earn very little from the sale and export of their products given that a large share of coffee supply chain profits go to middlemen and large roaster conglomerates.

International coffee trading companies operating in producer countries via joint ventures with local middlemen. The following are examples of coffee-trading companies located in the country shown within parentheses:

Barbera Coffee Company (Italy)
Coffee Cabana Brazil (Brazil)
Maxwell House (United States)
Miko Coffee (Belgium)
Nestlé (Switzerland)
Neumann Gruppe AG (Germany)
O’Coffee – Brazilian Estates (Brazil)
Ospina Coffee Company (Colombia)
Simexco Daklak Ltd (Vietnam)
Starbucks Corporation (US)

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  6) КАМАЗ по итогам десяти мес. 2016 сбыл > 25 тыс., +22% y/y.

7) ОПЕК в октябре увеличили добычу нефти на 240 тыс. б/с до 33,64 млн. б/с. Осн. рост пришёлся на Нигерию (+170 тыс.), Ливию (+167,5) и Ирак (+88), добыча в Анголе упала на 165 тыс. б/с.
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