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(CNN) -- 2 billion: Cups of coffee drunk every day worldwide.

$7.8 billion: The annual turnover of coffee giant Starbucks for the year to date, October 1, 2006.

$11.2 billion: Ethiopia's GDP in 2005.

£50 million: The amount British charity Oxfam estimate Ethiopia could make if Starbucks had not prevented it trademarking two of its coffee bean types.

$1: The average Ethiopian coffee worker's wage.

10 cents: On average the amount given to a grower when a $3 cappucino is sold.

54: Percent of Ethiopia's GDP comes from coffee production.

100 million: People worldwide dependent on the production of coffee.

2: In terms of being a world commodity, coffee is second only to oil.

75: Percent of the the world's coffee that comes from small producers.

31 billion: Cups of coffee drunk in the UK every year.


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Only oil is a bigger global commodity than coffee.

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