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Coffee beans perk up Vietnam economy

21 August 2013 Last updated at 06:05 BST

People in Vietnam have seen a lot of bad economic news over the past few years.

But there's one industry that's perking them up - coffee.

Given that commodity prices have been falling, relying so heavily on agriculture is seen by some as a risk.

From Vietnam, the BBC's chief business correspondent, Linda Yueh, looks at whether coffee production can give the economy there the boost it needs.

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