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2017

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
2017

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
2017

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
2017

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
2017

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
2017

he month of August saw a rise in all threeFAO price indices trailing the oilseed complex. The oilseeds index increased for a third consecutive month, rising by 0.6 points (or 0.6 percent) and marking the highest level since January 2020. The price indices for oilmeals and vegetable oils posted more significant gains of, respectively, 3.7 and 5.5 points (or 4.6 and 5.9 percent). While all three indices fared above their...

Available in: English
Product type: Journal, magazine, bulletin
Series: Oilcrops Monthly Price and Policy Update
Biannual Report on Global Food Markets (December)
2009

Recent developments in world agricultural markets for basic food commodities have raised concern about a possible return to another round of high prices. In general, however, the difficulties facing markets today are different from those experienced during the 2007/08 food price surge. The FAO Food Price Index, a measure of the monthly change in international prices of a food basket composed of cereals, oilseeds, dairy, meat and sugar, has risen...

Available in: English French Spanish Chinese
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
Series: Food Outlook
2006

This third staple food policy review indicates the main policy changes that took place in 2003 and 2004 in the areas of production, consumption, marketing and trade of grains, oilseeds and oil. breeding. The data come from questionnaires and from official and unofficial sources. The main aim of this issue, like previous issues, is to succinctly describe the most important policy measures taken by governments during the period under review...

Available in: English French Spanish
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
Series: Review of basic food policies
December
2005

FAO latest forecast for the 2005 world cereal output has been raised considerably since the September report to 2 005 million tonnes, 2.4 percent lower than last year’s record crop. Cereal crops have been satisfactory in most regions, except parts of Africa and South America. Planting of the 2006 cereal crop is underway in the main producing regions under generally favourable conditions so far. However, prospects are uncertain in Southern...

Available in: English French Spanish Chinese
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
Series: Food Outlook
June
2005

Prospects for the 2005 global cereal crop remain favourable. Latest production forecasts indicate a decline from the record output of 2004 but not as large as anticipated earlier. FAO’s first forecast of world cereal trade in the 2005/06 marketing season points to a slight decrease from the revised 2004/05 level, mainly due to lower wheat import demand. Global cereal utilization is expected to increase somewhat in 2005/06, which coupled...

Available in: English French Spanish Chinese
Product type: Book (stand-alone)
Series: Food Outlook
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