Agribusiness Market Research Reports, Analysis & Trends

Agribusiness Market Research Reports, Analysis & Trends

 

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Kazakhstan Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Kazakhstan Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

BMI View: Bad weather right at the point of harvest has significantly reduced the prospects for the 2014/15
wheat crop. Quality has been affected and export earnings as well as volumes are likely to be compromised
as a result. Other grains have fared better and we do not foresee any problems with local availability of
animal feed. Poultry, pork and beef farmers continue to be among the biggest beneficiaries of
the government's plans to modernise the agricultural sector and we see strong long-term growth potential

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Poland Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Poland Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

BMI View: Polish meat producers remain in a challenging situation due to import bans imposed by several
states on Polish pork and by Russia on agricultural produce from all EU member states. Although pork
producers are facing the greatest pressure, we believe they have the potential to bounce back more quickly
thanks to a strong base of domestic demand supplemented by growing export opportunities. Dairy
producers are also suffering blowback from the embargo although a more general fall in prices is a bigger

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South Korea Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

South Korea Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

BMI View: We believe that any significant changes in the Korean agricultural industry will be mostly
public sector-led due to the strong unions behind the industry. Given the widespread changes which the
government has been pursuing, we are optimistic about the long-term prospects of South Korea's
agricultural sector. Our view is based on the decision to gradually remove barriers to trade such as the
KORUS FTA and the recently-inked FTA with China and move up the value chain especially to support its

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Vietnam Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Vietnam Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

BMI View: Recent developments in the country's economic and business environment outlooks add further
weight to our positive view on Vietnam's agribusiness sector. The industry holds strong growth
opportunities in terms of production, exports and retail sales, particularly with regard to the rice, coffee,
livestock and dairy sectors. Moreover, the upcoming economic and financial integration in South East Asia
will benefit Vietnam's exports of rice, dairy and coffee. However, Vietnam is facing growing competition in

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Brazil Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Brazil Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Dec 17 2014

BMI View: We believe that grains production
growth over the next five years will slow relative to
the preceding five. Nevertheless, we forecast strong
grains production growth through to the end of our
forecast period. We expect soybean output to
outperform in the next few seasons and the price of
the oilseed to remain elevated relative to corn. We
also see strong growth in the livestock and dairy
sectors, as these will benefit from Russia's ban on
imports of US products. We hold a more positive

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China Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

China Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
China's weight in the global agricultural sector is growing, as the country has an increasing impact on international production balances and prices. In particular, we highlight the growth potential for sugar, dairy and meat products as China maintains its strong appetite for key commodities. High demand growth, strong government support and potential for investment and consolidation in these industries will help them outperform in the coming years.
 
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Iran Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Iran Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Financial sanctions designed to pressure Tehran over its nuclear programme are playing havoc with Iran's ability to import goods. Food price inflation is soaring, leading to a serious decrease in meat consumption. The use of barter in place of regular trade can be seen as a feasible, albeit temporary, way of circumventing sanctions to meet demand.
 
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Italy Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Italy Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Our outlook for the Italian agribusiness sector has turned more positive, as we believe the dairy and livestock industries will record fairly robust growth through to 2017/18 on the back of the removal of the EU's milk production quota in 2015, and the opportunity for Italy to develop its value-added exports We expect corn production to post the strongest growth out of the grains complex largely due to base effects, as we believe wheat output will remain broadly flat due to little opportunity for area or yield growth.
 
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New Zealand Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

New Zealand Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
We believe that increased access to international markets, particularly Taiwan and China, will prove to be the prime growth driver for the agribusiness sector in New Zealand over the medium to long term. This will be supportive for both the dairy and the livestock segments.
 
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Nigeria Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Nigeria Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
With the 2013/14 cocoa season complete we maintain our view that production will recover after two lean years. We expect this rebound to set the stage for healthy production growth over the next five years as investment continues to pour into the sub-sector. Plans for the country's first chocolate factory suggest that consumer demand could also gather pace.
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South West Africa Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

South West Africa Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
We expect food security in South West Africa to improve over the short term, as we expect higher corn production from Zambia in 2014/15. Over the medium term, we see downside risks to corn production in the region owing to new reforms introduced in Zambia that aim to reduce farm subsidies. Even with reduced production incentives, we expect Zambia to easily remain the region's largest corn producer and exporter, while other countries in the region will struggle to maintain production surpluses.
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Zimbabwe Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Zimbabwe Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 26 2014
Although we have revised up our corn production forecasts for the 2013/14 season, we expect Zimbabwe to remain a net corn importer over the longer term. Over the next five years, we expect production of the grain to demonstrate moderate growth, although this will partly be due to base effects, and production will remain well below the totals seen in the early 2000s.
 
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Thailand Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Thailand Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014
Thailand will maintain its status as a key Asian agricultural provider in the coming years, as the sector benefits from strong export opportunities and government support as well as an efficient foodproducing industry. The sugar and livestock sectors are especially promising; however, the government's interference in the market, especially in the rice sector, will hinder the competitiveness of Thailand's production relative to its Asian rivals.
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Ukraine Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Ukraine Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014
All agricultural markets will be negatively affected by recent Russian military intervention and poor macroeconomic fundamentals in Ukraine. There will be limited investment into the country over the coming quarters given the unstable situation, which will affect agricultural production over our forecast period. Particularly for the dairy and livestock industry, Russia's ban on imports from Ukraine will negatively weigh on production as Russia represents one of Ukraine's largest agricultural export markets.
 
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Egypt Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Egypt Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014
Egypt is the world's largest wheat importer and will benefit from the recent sell-off in grain prices. The country is in the process of reforming its food subsidy programme in an effort to make the process more efficient. We believe that particularly good growth prospects exist in the country's livestock and dairy industries, as cattle herds continue to recover from a foot and mouth outbreak in 2012. These sectors will also benefit from lower global grain prices relative to the last several years, and an improving domestic economic situation.
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Philippines Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Philippines Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014
We hold a positive view on the Philippines' agribusiness sector in the long term, given the potential for expansion into new sectors such as palm oil. Our outlook is especially positive for sugar production, and we also believe the livestock sector will continue to post healthy growth rates. The Philippines' vast consumption market, along with strong government support, will foster domestic and foreign investment and favour output expansion.
 
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Algeria Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Algeria Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014
With wheat and dairy production falling consistently short of consumption, Algeria is a major importer of food products. However, the government's new emphasis on improving food self-sufficiency is helping the grains and dairy sectors to rebound. Increases in government support will be positive for productivity and product quality in the medium term. However, the country will remain a key importer of wheat and dairy products in the coming years.
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India Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

India Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014
We hold a positive view on India's agribusiness sector, as the country will remain an agricultural powerhouse and is likely to maintain high levels of self-sufficiency for major food crops. Production growth of various commodities will be driven by strong government support and robust demand for manufactured foodstuffs. We see significant growth opportunities in sub-sectors such as dairy, coffee and livestock. However, India will be increasingly vulnerable to exceptional weather phenomena owing to climate change effects and serious water shortages.
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South Africa Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

South Africa Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014
While we hold a positive view on the South African agricultural sector and see particular growth in the livestock sector, we are less optimistic on sustained growth in cereals production. This will be due to slower yield growth owing to lower input usage from a weaker currency, and limited developed in GMO seed plantings. The sugar sector also presents interesting growth opportunities, mainly thanks to renewed investment and improved technologies.
 
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Turkey Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Turkey Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014
We favour the sugar sector in Turkey because of the strong growth potential of the country's confectionery industry and our belief that large changes to the country's sugar production quotas are likely to occur in the coming years. We see upside potential in the livestock sector, as the government's supply of discounted credit has aided growth in recent years.
 
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