Agribusiness Market Research Reports, Analysis & Trends

Agribusiness Market Research Reports, Analysis & Trends

 

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Argentina Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Argentina Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Brazil Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Brazil Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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. Soybean production will outpace that of corn output, as lower production costs for soybean relative to corn will make the commodity more attractive to grow.
 
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Mozambique Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Mozambique Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
We hold a positive view on the agribusiness sector of Mozambique, as the country is able to tap in to abundant and largely unexploited land and water resources. Of the utmost importance is boosting agricultural productivity by improving irrigation and introducing technology to small-scale farmers. The government has also highlighted the need to improve food and nutritional safety and to facilitate more agricultural reform.
 
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Venezuela Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Venezuela Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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Vietnam Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Vietnam Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 24 2015
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.
 
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Peru Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Peru Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 17 2015
Our outlook for Peru's agricultural sector remains positive. Export crops such as coffee and cocoa are hampered by a lack of infrastructure and investment, but there is scope for strong growth in both, particularly as Peru is becoming increasingly recognised for organic and speciality crops.
 
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Poland Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Poland Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 17 2015
Plummeting prices of milk and sugar in the EU over 2014/15 may be giving Polish producers of these commodities a taste of the possible downsides of deregulation in advance of reforms to EU quota systems. The Polish government is lobbying for EU support on behalf of the dairy industry, but in the long run it will take exploitation of overseas markets to secure the future wellbeing of the sub-sector.
 
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Colombia Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Colombia Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 17 2015
Colombia's agricultural sector will face a number of challenges in the medium term. Key export crops - such as coffee and cocoa - have underperformed in recent years owing to a lack of investment in infrastructure and outbreaks of disease. Although regeneration work is under way, it will take time to bear fruit. The strength of the Colombian peso against the US dollar is also posing challenges for the agribusiness sector, as the competitiveness of Colombia's exports is being eroded.
 
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Japan Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Japan Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 17 2015
The government's plans to diminish the influence of the once-powerful Central Union Agricultural Cooperative (JA-Zenchu) are a strong indication to us that much-needed structural reform of the agriculture industry is underway. Indeed, by 2019, the JA Zenchu is supposed to become a general incorporated association with co-ops having the option of engaging independent auditors instead of working with those associated to the JA Zenchu.
 
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Malaysia Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Malaysia Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 17 2015
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Cameroon Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Cameroon Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
The longer term picture for cocoa remains positive and it is encouraging for the profitability of the segment that investment continues to pour into the domestic processing industry. We take a much dimmer view of coffee production, which we expect to stagnate as prices are set to become even less enticing for growers. While the continuing controversy over Justin Sugar Mills raises questions over the investment climate for sugar, new bidders have emerged willing to take on SOSUCAM's monopoly.
 
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Greece Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Greece Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
Domestic demand weakness amid the ongoing economic turmoil will continue to weigh on the country's livestock sector. We are also bearish on the country's sugar production outlook over the coming years. The abolishment of the EU sugar quota in 2017 is likely to lead to further declines in sugar prices, weighing on producers' willingness to increase sugar output. Meanwhile, the removal of the EU's milk quota is unlikely to result in a significant increase in milk production in Greece, since the country has been producing less than what the quota has allowed.
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Morocco Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Morocco Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
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South Korea Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

South Korea Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
We believe that any significant changes in the South Korean agricultural industry will be mostly public sector-led due to the strong unions behind the industry. The numerous free trade agreements signed in 2015, with the Trans Pacific Partnership being the most significant, signal to us that the agriculture industry is truly going through a much-needed transformation that will lead to increasing competitiveness with global agri-players. Other efforts, such as promoting high-value add food and beverages, also support our view.
 
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United Kingdom Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

United Kingdom Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 10 2015
We favour the grain, livestock and dairy industries in the UK because of good export opportunities and a strong domestic market. The UK will post strong growth in wheat production over the coming years, as we expect the grain to remain attractive in terms of prices relative to other crops. We believe that the dairy and sugar industries will increase production in the years following the ending of their respective production quotas.
 

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China Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

China Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 3 2015
China's weight in the global agricultural sector is swelling, as the country has a growing impact on international production balances and prices. China will maintain a strong appetite for key commodities for the foreseeable future and we see particular potential for production growth in sugar, dairy and meat products. 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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Italy Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Italy Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 3 2015
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 2018/19 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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Kazakhstan Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Kazakhstan Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 3 2015
Kazakh livestock producers are feeling the impact of economic turmoil in neighbouring Russia. Kazakh poultry meat is being undercut due to the weak rouble, with the government resorting to temporary restrictions on consumer protection grounds. We do not see long-term damage to the sub-sector resulting from this situation, although with GDP growth slowing down in Kazakhstan there is the risk that public sector support for revitalising the industry could come under threat.
 
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Mexico Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Mexico Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 3 2015
While we expect solid growth for the Mexican agricultural sector out to our forecast period to 2019, growth will be weaker than in previous years. Consumer demand growth will slow, particularly in key areas such as sugar and corn, where per capita consumption is already high. Competitiveness is also an issue, particularly in the grains, livestock and sugar sector. This said, Mexico's agricultural industries will be forced to expand over the long term as consumption trends dictate.
 

Key Forecasts 

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New Zealand Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

New Zealand Agribusiness Report Q3 2015

Date Published: Jun 3 2015
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. The dairy sector in particular will benefit from export demand growth, as many other countries in Asia are facing growing domestic demand and relatively limited production capacity.
 

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