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Banana Economics Forum Bananas are the number one exported fruit in the world, and the number one fruit eaten in nearly every country. This forum is for discussions of the economics of bananas involving producers, economists, consumers, transporters, wholesalers, and governments.


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Old 07-27-2009, 06:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is an interesting little tidbit:

The ships:

Joseph Vaccaro, ex-Lisbonense, built in 1871 and purchased in 1902 purchased from Booth Line renamed Joseph Vaccaro, UK flag, 1915 sold to Cuyamel Fruit Co renamed Quimistan. 1,508 tons.

Rosina, built in 1871, ex-Paraense, 1904 purchased from Booth Line renamed Rosina, 1916 sold to Cuyamel Fruit Co renamed Omoa. 1,697 tons.

Venus, built in 1877, 1906 purchased from United Fruit Co, 1907 sold to W. A. Powell, Belize. 2,273 tons.

Quite a few ships were purchased from the Atlantic Fruit Company too.
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Old 07-28-2009, 07:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Forgot to put the source!

Standard Fruit Co. / Vaccaro Brothers
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You should recall, too, that 1000 hectares of established Gran Nains yeilds about 2000 hectares worth of pups, as well as what is needed to maintain the original 1000 ha, if they're divided correctly.
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