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Nov 2020
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic triggered alarmist views on whether international markets would still have the capacity to meet demands from countries who are dependent on trade, including their food security. This paper analyses whether international food markets have been holding up since the start of the pandemic and whether countries, especially those that are economically disadvantaged and dependent on food imports, have been able to meet their dietary needs through international trade.
Oct 2017
The Evaluation of the financial support by the World Bank Group with the Development Grant Facility to support the “Partnership for Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS)” was conducted in 2016-2017. [...]
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Jul 2017
Having reliable forecasts of food production remains a major challenge in many countries. This literature review, prepared as part of an AMIS capacity building project financed by the Bill & [...]
Jun 2017
This literature review reviews all features relating to the development of an agricultural market information system, with a particular focus on information on market prices and on the use of [...]
Mar 2017
AMIS Research Paper No. 6 aims at identifying thresholds that are associated with the transition between different levels of price volatility. To this end, the study surveys a host of [...]
Mar 2017
This is a non-technical summary of AMIS Research Paper No. 6, which analyses thresholds associated with transitions between different levels of price volatility. 
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