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06 Nov 2020
The structure of the international trading system has undergone fundamental changes, with a recent shift from global approaches to more restricted or geographically limited trading regimes. Despite these changes, the agricultural sector has demonstrated an astonishing capacity to [...]
05 Nov 2020
According to this month's report, global food markets have so far exhibited a high degree of resilience in the face of COVID-19, remaining on a healthy trend with firm demand and trade expanding. Yet, to what extent and for [...]
30 Oct 2020
This year for the first time, AMIS teams up with Global Grain Geneva to present latest developments and the AMIS outlook for global food commodity markets in an online conference open to the public. While discussions of the international [...]
12 Jun 2020
While industrial commodity prices, especially oil, plunged following the spread of COVID-19, prices of staple food commodities have been broadly stable. Early indications for the 2020/21 season point to abundant food supplies, and by most expectations, stable prices. [...]
29 May 2020
Members of the AMIS Rapid Response Forum met for a consultation meeting on 28 May 2020 to discuss the food security implications of COVID-19, and to prepare for more targeted actions depending on the evolution of the crisis. [...]
14 May 2020
As COVID-19 spreads around the globe, fears are mounting that food supplies may start running short. While we should take these concerns seriously, they should not be overstated either, especially in the case of basic staples. As noted [...]
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