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    Coffee's not just that beverage that gets you going each morning—it's a surprisingly dynamic component of the global economy. Three T. Rowe Price analysts discuss the trends that are currently defining a multi-faceted industry.
    Coffee as a Driver of Global Economic Growth  
    Ira Carnahan - Research Analyst at T. Rowe Price  
    Ira Carnahan
    Research Analyst at T. Rowe Price
    Carnahan is an Investment Advisory Committee member of the Small-Cap Stock Fund and Value Fund.
    Jonty Starbuck - Research Analyst at T. Rowe Price  
    Jonty Starbuck
    Research Analyst at T. Rowe Price
    Starbuck is a London-based member of the International Equity Team, covering European food and beverage equities.
    Ashley Reed Woodruff - Research Analyst at T. Rowe Price  
    Ashley Reed Woodruff
    Research Analyst at T. Rowe Price
    Woodruff is an Investment Advisory Committee member of the New Horizons Fund.
    The Rising Consumption of Coffee in China  
    Want to know where coffee
    consumption is growing? Look no further than China, where a nation of tea drinkers is rapidly learning to love a good cup of joe.




     
    William J. Holstein

     
    William J. Holstein
    Holstein, a former Hong Kong-based reporter for United Press International, is a writer specializing in global business issues.
     
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