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Afrique De L’est
13/04/2021
Prices of coarse grains followed mixed trends in March. In several countries, prices were below their year-earlier levels, reflecting above‑average 2020 cereal outputs. Despite the phasing out in mid‑2020 of a number of restrictive measures introduced to contain the spread [...]
Afrique De L’ouest
13/04/2021
In most countries of the subregion, prices of domestically produced coarse grains remained firm or further strengthened in some markets in March and were generally higher than one year earlier. The price increases were underpinned by stagnating macro-economic conditions, continuing [...]
Afrique Australe
13/04/2021
Maize prices began to fall in several countries in March, slightly earlier than the historical seasonal trends, prior to the main harvest period starting in April. The early declines, in part, reflect the generally excellent cereal production expectations in 2021, [...]
Asie de L’est
13/04/2021
Domestic prices of rice declined in the subregion’s main exporters, mostly reflecting improved supplies from the new harvests, and were generally stable elsewhere across the subregion. However, prices remained well above their year-earlier levels after the recurrent increases throughout most [...]
CEI (Asie Et Europe)
13/04/2021
In the exporting countries of the subregion, export prices of milling wheat slightly declined in March in theRussianFederation and Ukraine, in line with trends in international markets. The downward price pressure was mainly due to weak demand from importing countries [...]
Amérique Centrale Et Caraïbes
13/04/2021
In most countries of the subregion, prices of red beans generally declined in March with the 2020 third season harvest nearing completion but remained well above their year-earlier levels reflecting the adverse impact of two hurricanes in November on the [...]
Amérique Du Sud
13/04/2021
Prices of wheat followed mixed trends in March. In Argentina, the major wheat producer of the subregion, prices were stable in March reflecting adequate market supplies from the 2020 harvest, completed in January. However, prices remained nearly 45 percent higher [...]