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Brazil coffee, cane to face dry, cold period ahead

SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Weather conditions are likely to benefit harvesting of coffee and cane in Brazil's center-south in the next 10 days, despite some scattered rains over the weekend that should end by early next week.
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