AMIS Market Monitor
Download the latest Market Monitor Report (pdf) and review recent production and policy developments.
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Global Food Security:
Challenges for the Food and Agricultural System
This study considers how changes to the world's food and agriculture system can contribute to improvements in food security in developing countries.
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Key Areas in Agricultural Trade
OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook
The report covers OECD countries, major economies such as India, the People's Republic of China, the Russian Federation, Brazil and Argentina, and developing regions in Africa and Asia. The publication is complemented by an online database that includes historical data back to 1970 where available and projections for the forthcoming decade.
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Bioenergy touches areas as diverse as scientific developments, environmental effects, energy balances and agricultural market economics. OECD has launched an interdisciplinary research program incorporating expertise from a number of other directorates of the Organisation, the International Energy Agency (IEA) and other institutions and researchers.
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Long-term Scenarios for Agriculture and Food
The future of the agriculture and food system is subject to considerable concerns. Increasing agricultural demand, fuelled by growing and increasingly urbanized population, rising incomes and substantial demands for feedstock commodities for energy and other non-food uses. OECD work focuses on the dialogue across governments and with other stakeholders, experts and modelers. and brings together aspects from a variety of economic, biophysical, social and political issues, thus allowing for a multi-disciplinary approach necessary for an informed debate.
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Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS)
OECD is contributing actively to the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) called for by G20 agriculture ministers with the aim of addressing food price volatility through more timely, accurate and transparent information on global food markets. AMIS issues monthly reports on global markets that are freely accessible to analysts and the public.
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