The world cassava economy
Facts, trends and outlook
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I SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS
III. WORLD CASSAVA SITUATION AND RECENT TRENDS
III.1 Production, Area and Yields
III.2 Cassava Utilization
i. Cassava food consumption
ii. Cassava feed utilization.
iii. Cassava starches and other uses
III.3 Cassava International Trade
i. Fresh cassava trade
ii. Trade in dry cassava chips and pellets
iii. Trade in starches and flours
III.4 International Cassava Prices
III.5 Cassava in the Main Producing Regions
i. Cassava in Africa
ii. Cassava in Latin America and the Caribbean
iii. Cassava in Asia
IV. CASSAVA MEDIUM-TERM OUTLOOK
iii. Post-harvest losses and other uses
IV.3 International Trade
V BIOTECHNOLOGY AND TRADE IN CASSAVA
V.1 Current Research.,
i. Producer-oriented biotechnology.
ii. Post-harvest and processing technologies
iii. End-User Oriented Biotechnologies
V.2 Broad Issues and Implications for Trade
i. Broad Issues
ii. Implications for trade
iii. Issues for further research and development
ANNEX 1: EXPLANATORY NOTE
ANNEX 2: STATISTICAL TABLES
ANNEX 3: REFERENCES