Full title: OECD-FAO agricultural outlook 2014 / Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Author/creator: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Record Identifier: 74VK3lxE7OEb
Contents: 1 online resource (329 p.), , , , Figure 1.3. Consumer food price inflation: Selected countriesFigure 1.4. Consumer price inflation follows changes in primary commodity prices; Figure 1.5. Real consumer prices are rising; Consumption: Global consumption continues to increase but at a slower rate; Growing diversity in the use of agricultural products; Figure 1.6. Growing diversity of crop use; Food and fuel use of agricultural commodities continues to be regulated in many countries; Population growth and changing dietary preferences drive firm demand for meat and dairy products, Figure 1.7. Most of the growth in meat and fish consumption will occur in developing countriesProduction: The developing world remains the epicentre of most agricultural production growth; Figure 1.8. Production of crops rising; Poultry continues to dominate the livestock sector; Figure 1.9. Higher livestock production; Yield increases will drive production growth of most crops; Box 1.3. Enhancing agricultural productivity and food security in China; Box 1.4. Feedstock issues and developments in the nitrogen fertiliser sector; Figure 1.10. US ammonia capacity, Figure 1.11. Growth in arable crop area and yieldGrowing influence of domestic policies on production decisions; Box 1.5. The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of the EU for 2014-20; Box 1.6. Japan's agricultural policy reform post-2014; Box 1.7. New US farm legislation in 2014; Trade: The Americas dominate exports, while China drives import growth in Asia; Figure 1.12. Value of net-exports positive in Americas, Oceania and East Europe; Table 1.1. The largest trade deficits in volume terms in 2023 will occur in Asia and Africa, Box 1.8. Dealing with rising food imports: Policy options for West African countriesBox 1.9. Public stockholding for food security; Geographical separation of demand and supply spurs growth in trade; Figure 1.13. Skim milk powder and poultry to show largest growth over the outlook period; Prices: Global supply and demand projections point to slowly declining real prices; Figure 1.14. Price trends in nominal terms for agricultural commodities to 2023; Figure 1.15. In real terms, prices for livestock, dairy and ethanol are higher than in the previous decade, Box 1.10. Macroeconomic factors influencing food prices
Publishers: Paris, France : OECD, 2014.
OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook, 1999-1142
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Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters.
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