International Ag

Ten-year forecasts for coarse grains, corn, soybeans, wheat, cotton and rice. In addition to the World and U.S. forecasts, can find forecasts for 16 countries or major regions that encompass all foreign production for the indicated commodities. Described as a “must-have” for serious consumers of global agriculture information. The report distills and conveys big-picture trends found in the global data.

  • Executive summary
  • Forecast variable
    • Harvested area
    • Yields
    • Production
    • Domestic utilization
    • Per capita consumption
    • Net Trade
  • Ten-years of history for each variable
  • Global rank ordering tables for each commodity

International Report May 2020

Date : 07th May 2020

In this issue, global trends and historical data are discussed for corn, soybeans, cotton, rice and wheat, and forecasts are included for the next 10 years. Since the last report, Phase One has been agreed upon. However, COVID-19 restrictions have caused supply and demand problems for many commodities. Other factors besides the trade situation affect the forecasts, such as the Asian Growth Center of China, India, Other Asia and East Asia accounting for over half of the world population. The area consists of extreme poverty that is enjoying economic growth, which is very important for commodity consumption, but especially food products. African Swine Fever is still a problem for many countries until a vaccine is discovered. Some trade issues have been resolved, such as USMCA and the U.S. and Japan agreement.  

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