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HANOI, July 5 (Reuters) Domestic coffee prices in Vietnam, the world's second-biggest producer after Brazil, hit a new year high of 19,000 dong ($1.19) per kilogram on Wednesday and traders said exporters were actively selling to cash in.

The rise in Vietnam, from 18,950 dong on Tuesday, tracks London futures market gains as speculators and fund buying pushed robusta prices to fresh five-month highs, and the benchmark September contract closed $16 higher at $1,304 a tonne. ($1=15,955 dong) REUTERS SBA RS1213

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