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Philippines Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Philippines Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014

BMI View: 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. However, backyard farming and infrastructure problems,

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Thailand Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Thailand Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014

BMI View: 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. Thailand will remain a key rice exporter but may lose out to

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Ukraine Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Ukraine Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 19 2014

BMI View: 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

BMI View: 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

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Algeria Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Algeria Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: 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. Algeria is increasingly expanding trading links with

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India Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

India Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: 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

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South Africa Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

South Africa Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: 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. The country's livestock sector will see greater growth over

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Turkey Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Turkey Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 12 2014

BMI View: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. We see some growth
potential for the grain, dairy and rice sectors,
though we believe the country's production growth

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Indonesia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Indonesia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
Overall, we hold an optimistic outlook on Indonesia's agriculture sector and see significant growth opportunities in sub-sectors such as livestock, palm oil and cocoa. While we believe the government's goal to reach self-sufficiency in rice by 2015 is attainable, we are less confident about other commodities such as sugar and corn.
 
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Kenya Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Kenya Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
We expect to see a general stagnation in corn production for the 2014/15 season owing to erratic rains. This will contribute to rising imports and higher domestic food prices, which will in turn create inflationary pressures. Over the long term, we believe Kenya's corn sector shows the most potential for growth, a function of corn prices remaining elevated by historical standards.
 
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Pakistan Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Pakistan Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
Pakistan's vulnerability to flooding has been highlighted again this September, leading us to revise down our previously positive forecasts for rice and cotton. Ironically, a shortage of water was also a problem in the earlier part of the summer. Despite this setback, rice exporters should enjoy better prices for their products in the coming years of our forecast period with basmati undergoing a revival which we see continuing to gather momentum if a barter deal can be concluded with Iran.
 
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Russia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Russia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
We hold a very positive outlook regarding growth in the Russian agricultural sector and see tremendous opportunities in the grains and dairy segments in particular. We also believe the country's livestock sector will post strong production growth, despite dominance of the market by domestic players and the high barriers to entry which could limit investment and productivity gains in the medium term.
 
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Saudi Arabia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Saudi Arabia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
Saudi Arabia will increasingly be dependent on global grain supply, as the country has decided to phase out domestic grain production in a bid to preserve the country's water supply. The government has not abandoned its strategy of self-sufficiency in poultry and has been ramping up incentives to expand capacity production. This strategy has paid off, as the three major producers in the sector have all started heavy investment initiatives.
 
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Uganda Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Uganda Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
We see potential for output growth in corn and coffee, two of the main crops in Uganda. For coffee, we see Uganda as an East African leader in terms of exports, largely owing to government support for the sector, particularly new disease-resistant trees. Moreover, coffee prices are higher year-on-year, meaning farmers will be able to invest in their crops.
 
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Bangladesh Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Bangladesh Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
We hold a cautious outlook towards the Bangladesh agriculture sector. The latest finding of high levels of toxic substances in poultry feed brings much cause for concern as it reflects on the low food safety standards employed by the country, even in its largest agriculture sector. Indeed, structural problems still plague the industry.
 
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Ethiopia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Ethiopia Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
Production prospects look broadly favourable for the Ethiopian agriculture sector over the medium term. This will largely be due to more investment in the sector, along with higher incomes contributing to consumption growth. We believe the sugar sector has the most potential, as investments in new sugar refineries will make sugar one of the few reliable agricultural exports over the forecast period.
 
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France Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

France Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
We believe the grains sector in France will continue to outperform other agribusiness segments in terms of production growth. This will be reinforced by the ongoing reforms of Common Agricultural Policy subsidies, which are likely to have more of an effect on dairy and livestock farmers than grain farmers.
 

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Ghana Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Ghana Agribusiness Report Q1 2015

Date Published: Nov 5 2014
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Japan Agribusiness Report Q4 2014

Japan Agribusiness Report Q4 2014

Date Published: Oct 22 2014

BMI View: Despite the government's acknowledgement that the country's agricultural sector is in need of
reform and transformation, we believe that the piecemeal policies adopted and the lack of compromise in
international free trade talks points to the gap between rhetoric and action. Indeed, Japan's uncompromising
stance in maintaining tariffs on imported rice, wheat, beef, pork, dairy and sugar - the country's sacred farm
products list - might prove costly in the long run. With an ageing farmer population (the average age of a

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Tanzania Agribusiness Report Q4 2014

Tanzania Agribusiness Report Q4 2014

Date Published: Oct 22 2014

BMI View: We continue to favour the Tanzanian
sugar and coffee industries over the medium term
owing to the potential for growth on the back of
strong investment in capacity. The grain industry in
Tanzania will remain less competitive than in other
countries in the region, particularly South Africa
and Zambia, and we see little potential for the
country to become a major grain exporter.
Key Forecasts
■ Sugar production growth to 2017/18: 11.3% to
345,000 tonnes. Increased investment in the

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