Noticias

1,300 Participants Address Sector Issues At The Third World Cocoa Conference

28 May 2016

About 1,300 participants from 64 cocoa exporting and importing countries in late May converged on the Dominican Republic resort town of Bávaro for the largest cocoa and chocolate meeting ever held in Latin America.

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A Progressive Culture – ICCO World Cocoa Convention – Dominican Republic

27 May 2016

Hardman Agribusiness presented at the ICCO World Cocoa Convention in Baravo, Dominican Republic, on 24th May, 2016.

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Global cocoa deficit seen this year

25 May 2016

After two years of surplus in the cocoa market, the current 2015/16 season is likely to see a deficit of around 140,000 tonnes, according to the International Cocoa Organisation.

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Dominican cocoa crop could double: Agranet

24 May 2016 

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic.- Agriculture minister Angel Estevez on Monday said the country is poised to raise cocoa production by 100%, Agranet.com reports.

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WCC 2016: Ecuadorian cocoa crop at record high

24 May 2016

Ecuador has become the world's 4th largest cocoa producer, up from 7th position, as new varieties continue to come on stream.

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Dominican Republic could see crop double

 

23 May 2016

The Dominican Republic is well placed to increase cocoa production by 100%, said Angel Estevez Bourdierd, the country's agriculture minister.

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ICCO’s Anga on cocoa challenges and likely deficit

23 May 2016

The World Cocoa Conference 2016 opened officially today, with the organisers warning there is still much to be done in terms of sustainability for the sector and hinted of projections of a large deficit this season.
 

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Packed schedule for 1,000 participants at WCC3 in the Dominican Republic

11 May 2016

About 1,000 participants from 60 countries are expected at the third edition of the World Cocoa Conference, scheduled to take place from Sunday, 22 May to Wednesday 25 May at the Barceló Bávaro Convention Center in Bávaro, Dominican Republic.

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World Cocoa Conference adds three events to its programme

18 March 2016

As part of the World Cocoa Conference, set for 22 – 25 May at the Barceló Bávaro Convention Center in Bávaro, Dominican Republic, three extra events will enrich the programme of the world’s largest cocoa gathering, the ICCO has just announced.

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Madagascar joins the International Cocoa Agreement 2010

6 January 2016

On 29 December 2015, Madagascar signed the International Cocoa Agreement 2010 and provisionally applied it, the United Nations Treaty Section has confirmed.

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Peru conferences raise awareness of fine or flavour cocoa

01 December 2015

In mid-October, the ICCO’s Director of Economics and Statistics Mr. Laurent Pipitone took part in a series of conferences across Peru aimed at raising awareness about opportunities in the international market for fine or flavour cocoa..

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Summary proceedings and outcome of the World Cocoa Conference 2014

13 June 2014

This report, prepared by the ICCO Secretariat, contains the summary proceedings and outcome of the World Cocoa Conference 2014. The report includes the Amsterdam Cocoa Declaration as well as an updated Conference Programme. The list of presentations and other documents are available on the ICCO website (www.icco.org).

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