・Read the extract below from an article about the coffee industry.
・Choose the best sentence from the list on the opposite page to fill each of the gaps.
・For each gap 8-12, mark one letter (A-I)on your Answer Sheet.
・Do not use any letter more than once.
Coffee is worth approximately $50-60bn per annum in terms of world sales. It is a tr癫痫病专科医院uly international commodity, and today more than 50 countries in the world grow coffee beans. (example) ______I_____. ICO organization helps coffee producers and promotes coffee conumption worldwide.
ICO estimates that world production next year will reach 97.5 million bags.11.3 million bags higher than the current year. (8) ____________. As the largest producing country, Brazil is particularly婴幼儿癫痫治疗 important in the coffee world. In 1994 Brazil was responsible for 25% of world production, Colombia was next with 13.4%, Indonesia had 7.5%, Mexico 4.7%, Guatemala 3.8% and Ethiopia and Vietnam were equal with 3.4%.
Coffee is a tough crop, and can be grown in areas where it is difficult or impossible to grow other crops. (9) However, disease is always problem for coffee production, as we can s癫痫病那里治最好ee in some parts of South America at the moment.ICO is active in educating farmers about avoiding disease and dealing with problems when they occur.
The distribution chain varies from country to country, explains Pablo Dubois. In most countries the smaller farmers sell their crop to a local trader, who then sells it on to exporters. There are, however, other distribution systems. (10) _________北京哪个医院看小儿癫痫好___. Some countries, like Vietnam, have special government marketing organizations for coffee.
Coffee prices often vary greatly from one year to the next. In 1997, for example, there was a large rise in the world price, which was immediately felt by the consumer. Rising prices always result in a drop in sales, which will have a bad effect on those developing countries, which are hi