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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.
Mar 2017
Reliable data on grain stocks help decision makers understand food availability, plan the necessary interventions on market stabilization, and address issues related to food insecurity. These Guidelines support statisticians and [...]
Mar 2016
One of the original goals of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) was to develop a set of early warning global market indicators which could alert AMIS members to detect [...]
Feb 2016
Forecasting crop production is an important dimension when monitoring agricultural markets. Over time, forecasting techniques have evolved, as has agriculture itself and the specifications of the forecasts that are needed. [...]
Sep 2015
This presentation explains the logic behind some of the technical charts that are published in the AMIS Market Monitor. Specifically, it describes the Commitments of Traders charts that visualize the volume [...]
Jun 2015
AMIS Secretary, Mr. Abdolreza Abbassian, presented the "World Grain Market Situation and Outlook - An AMIS Perspective" at this year's IGC Grains Conference in London, 9 June 2015. Questions discussed [...]
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