Committee on Commodity Problems

75th Session of the Committee on Commodity Problems

The Committee on Commodity Problems (CCP) is the FAO Governing Body that tracks agricultural commodity markets, deliberating key issues, debating their effects on food security, and making policy recommendations. It reviews global issues that affect the production, trade, distribution, consumption and prices of food and agricultural commodities, debates specific commodity problems and proposes action to mitigate them. 

The 75th Session of the CCP will review the latest developments in food and agricultural markets and examine market outlook, including medium-term projections. The Committee will also discuss the findings of FAO’s flagship publication The State of Agricultural Commodity Markets (SOCO) 2022 on the theme “The Geography of Food and Agricultural Trade: Policy approaches for sustainable development”. It will provide guidance on FAO’s work programme in commodity markets and trade under the FAO Strategic Framework 2022-31 and deliberate on the current and future role of the Global Information and Early Warning System (GIEWS). It will also consider the latest developments in the World Trade Organization and in Regional Trade Agreements with regard to agriculture.

Joining the event

Registering for the 75th Session of the Committee on Commodity Problems (CCP)

Participants are kindly informed that there is a two-step registration process. The first step is to register on the FAO Members Gateway. The second step, if you plan to participate virtually, is the Zoom registration:

Should you wish to attend the Session in person, please send an email to [email protected]