Talk:Coffee production in Vietnam

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Hi-I'm not familiar enough with Wikipedia to edit an entry without getting myself into trouble but if there is any friendly editor willing to help that would be great. This article contains a major error of fact, claiming that Vietnam is the world's largest producer of coffee. It's not: it's second to Brazil, which produces more than twice as much coffee according to the FAOSTAT source cited for the claim:

Rank Area Production (Int $1000) Flag Production (MT) Flag 1 Brazil 3263405 * 3037534 2 Viet Nam 1388491 * 1292389 3 Indonesia 706069 * 657200 4 Colombia 499190 * 464640 5 India 337349 * 314000 6 Peru 325814 * 303264

See also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_coffee_production

Thanks!