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22 Jun 2022
Global food security has been suffering in many parts of the world due to several manmade conflicts, climate shocks, COVID-19 and the rising cost of living. The war in Ukraine, a major breadbasket for the world, risks deepening [...]
22 Jun 2022
Focal points of AMIS participating countries and representatives of several of the AMIS member organizations met yesterday for the 21st session of the Global Food Market Information Group. The meeting provided the first occasion for this technical forum [...]
02 Jun 2022
Despite record nominal prices, FAO-AMIS expects global production for maize and wheat to fall in 2022. With outputs likely being lower than last year in Australia, Morocco and India (wheat) and in the United States (maize) the loss of [...]
20 May 2022
Joint statement of the outgoing and incoming AMIS Chairs: Adriana Herrera of Mexico and Seth Meyer of the United States. (download as pdf) With the war in Ukraine now entering its fourth month, the conflict continues to threaten lives [...]
10 May 2022
Joseph Glauber will serve as interim Secretary of the Agricultural Market Information System following the retirement of Abdolreza Abbassian in January. Glauber is currently a Senior Research Fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington. Prior to [...]
15 Apr 2022
The overall surge in agricultural commodity prices observed over the last year, coupled with uncertainties arising from the Russia-Ukraine conflict, have revived the threat of export restrictions, and the negative consequences these may have on agricultural markets.Moderated by [...]
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