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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.
Apr 2014
Feed use accounts for about a third of world consumption of cereals. Despite its significance, feed utilization is a largely unknown component in supply and demand balances. AMIS Research Paper [...]
Feb 2014
Over the past ten years, the increase in ethanol production in the United States has changed market dynamics in maize and related grain markets, which may impact prices and availability [...]
Dec 2013
Since 2000, global production of ethanol, the most widely used transport renewable fuel, more than quadrupled, reaching in 2011 a total of 84.6 billion litres. This paper examines the nature [...]
Oct 2013
Feed use accounts for about a third of world consumption of cereals. Despite its significance, feed utilization is a largely unknown component in supply and demand balances. Within the framework [...]
Oct 2013
Feed use accounts for about a third of world consumption of cereals. Despite its significance, feed utilization is a largely unknown component in supply and demand balances. Within the framework [...]
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