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Agribusiness Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis

Over the last decade, the global agribusiness industry has experienced many events that have, and will continue to have, irreversible social, economic, and political consequences—both positive and negative. Some of these events include draughts and other weather events; food shortages; and price drops due to the Great Recession of 2008.

Agribusiness encompasses agriculture that is conducted on commercial principles dealing with produce and services, particularly when advanced technology is involved. The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization and the U.S.’s Department of Agriculture focus on Agribusiness Development to promote food industry growth in developing nations. Agribusiness products include seed and agrichemicals, animal feeds, biofuels, micro-ingredients, grain transport and processing, farm machinery, and agritourism farms. Current concerns in the Agribusiness market involve global warming, which has driven scientific and public attention towards biofuels derived from crops.

MarketResearch.com’s collection of market research studies on the agriculture and agribusiness industry will help you stay competitive and grow in this market. We offer a full array of studies on subjects ranging from agriculture equipment to specific segments of the market, including dairy products, crop development and organic farming. Also available are highly regarded outlook reports for the U.S. and global markets, along with a full library of country-specific studies for agriculture.

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Agribusiness Industry Research & Market Reports

  • Italy Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... stable growth over the forecast period, driven by rising exportopportunities. The removal of EU milk quotas in 2015 and the opportunity for Italy to develop its value-added exports will bepositive. We note that ongoing trade ... Read More

  • Morocco Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... disease concerns. However, we see output remaining relatively steady in the 2018/19 seasonfor wheat and barley. All areas of Morocco's agriculture sector is set to enjoy moderate to strong growth to the end of our ... Read More

  • New Zealand Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... the medium-to-long term. This will be supportive of the dairyand livestock segments. The dairy sector in particular will benefit from export demand growth as many other countries in Asia arefacing growing domestic demand and relatively ... Read More

  • Pakistan Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... finance and vulnerability to extreme weather events.Nevertheless, the government has taken some positive steps to improve the availability of high-quality seeds for rice, wheat andcorn, which should raise yields over the medium term. It has ... Read More

  • Russia Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... high base effects, but we expect yields to remain stable. Russia broke historical records inthe production of wheat, corn, sugar, poultry and pork in 2017 and is approaching self-sufficiency in sugar and poultry. Theinteraction between ... Read More

  • Iran Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... likely impact the agribusiness sector. It will complicate trade and put Iran's futureagriculture production and consumption growth in jeopardy. Iran's agribusiness sector will continue to grow at a slow pace as yieldswill struggle to improve ... Read More

  • Philippines Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... sectors, such as palm oil. This view is supported by an upwards revision of our forecasts for rice, poultry, pork andmilk production, as well as for rice, pork, wheat and milk consumption in this update. Read More

  • South Korea Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... agricultural sector over our forecast period through to 2022 with our consumption forecastsmarginally more positive on balance. The revisions we have made to our forecasts in this update have been largely positive,however, with both beef ... Read More

  • Egypt Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... insurance. This is due to the low incomes oflocal households and the limited consumer awareness around life insurance and other discretionary lines. Slowly, we are starting tosee living standards and hence disposable incomes creep upwards ... Read More

  • Nigeria Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... the country's medium-term economic future now that oilrevenues can no longer be relied on as an easy source of foreign exchange. We remain cautiously optimistic that cocoa plantationsand processing facilities will continue to receive the ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... supplies. Grains consumption will continue to remain steadyout to 2022 to feed growing domestic demand for human and livestock consumption. Saudi Arabia will continue to rely on agrowing number of grains imports as the deficit ... Read More

  • Zimbabwe Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... forecasts this quarter. However, our key views for the sector remainintact. We expect the country to remain a net corn importer over the long term, despite a near-record 2016/17 crop and the deficitgap slowly narrowing ... Read More

  • China Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... social pressures force the government to boostoutlays on education, healthcare, infrastructure and pensions. This will provide a boost in the willingness of consumers to purchasenew vehicles as well as keep the demand for commercial vehicles ... Read More

  • Uruguay Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... remain focused on the export market, where Uruguayan producerswill continue to find solid opportunities, though new Chinese import regulations could pose risks to soybean exports. Domesticconsumption will remain strong for beef and subdued for soybean. Read More

  • South Africa Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... The relatively low level of development leaves room forcatch-up growth in these sectors over the long term, while a favourable macroeconomic and demographic backdrop shouldsupport expansion in the coming years. Rising household debt, tighter capital ... Read More

  • Thailand Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... growth will support rising healthcare expenditure, while theageing population will ensure that demand for treatment remains high. Meanwhile, the government will continue to support the lifesciences sector development, while pharmaceutical exports will continue to grow. Read More

  • Zambia Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... with the retailsector benefiting from growth in tourist inflows. Low level of unemployment and growth in minimum wages will be further drivers ofconsumer spending. However, rising price pressures will dampen the high-forecast consumption growth rates. Read More

  • Kenya Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... incentives to boost domestic medicine production willprovide drugmakers long-term investment opportunities. We also note that revenue growth potential is significant due toKazakhstan’s expansion of healthcare access as the national health insurance scheme rolls out. However, ... Read More

  • Ukraine Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... industry develops and its logistics infrastructure develops tosupport its oil sector. We expect total vehicle first registrations to expand by 6.9% in 2019 and for first registration to average annualgrowth of 9.6% over the remainder ... Read More

  • Americas Farm Management Software and Services Market: Focus on Delivery Model (On-Cloud and On-Premise), Application (Precision Crop Farming, Livestock Monitoring, Indoor Farming and Aquaculture) and Country–Analysis & Forecast 2018-2023

    ... agricultural industry of Americas has witnessed a massive transformation owing to the increasing demand for sustainable farming practices. Rising urbanization and high-income growth, especially in the South American countries have resulted in growing concerns for ... Read More

  • Bangladesh Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... term. The limited arable land available for acreageexpansion, coupled with poor safety standards, will continue to weigh on production growth over our forecast period out to 2022.Logistical problems and structural concerns continue to plague the ... Read More

  • Algeria Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... prices and weak government revenues are starting toaffect consumption as the government enacted import controls and VAT increases on some commodities. Agricultural productionremains very dependent on the weather. This, coupled with low yields, will keep ... Read More

  • France Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... steady and we are of the opinion that France is set to be the EUoutperformer as the sugar quota ends. We note that French cheese will continue to find strong markets at home and abroadwhereas ... Read More

  • Ghana Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... lead to lower set prices, and even though the governmenthas pledged schemes in order to encourage yield growth, set prices will remain depressed. We forecast cocoa prices to rise onlymoderately due to strong global supply ... Read More

  • India Agribusiness Q1 2019

    ... for major food crops. Production growth of variouscommodities will be driven by strong government support and robust demand growth for manufactured foodstuff. We seesignificant growth opportunities in some sub-sectors, such as dairy, coffee and livestock. Read More

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