New By-Country Agribusiness Reports by Business Monitor International Published at MarketPublishers.com

05 Nov 2010 • by Natalie Aster
New By-Country Agribusiness Reports by Business Monitor International Published at MarketPublishers.com

LONDON – Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand market reports on Agribusiness worked out by Business Monitor International have been added to its catalogue.

India Agribusiness Report Q1 2011. India is now among the world's largest and fastest growing markets for milk and milk products. Strong production growth across most sectors of its agriculture is forecast. However, Indian agricultural is still highly fragmented. The research offers a full insight into the agribusiness of present and provides all-covering projections through 2015 …

Spain Agribusiness Report Q4 2010. Spain was largely spared the drought which laid waste to so many of Europe's grain crops in 2010. Barley production for 2010/11 forecast at 9.7mn tonnes, up 31.4%. Wheat is forecast to rise 29.3% to 6.2mn tonnes. Other segments of the Spanish agribusiness along with current overall market metrics and future outlooks are features in this study …

Central America Agribusiness Report Q4 2010. The region's 2010/11 harvest promises to be much improved, with output forecast to grow by 9.3% y-o-y. Corn harvest is forecast to grow by 2.4%. However, Guatemala's corn crop has been hard hit by three months of torrential rains. Sugar output is forecast to fall by 1.5%. More elaborate forecasts and data on key market segments is provided in this insightful study …

Ghana Agribusiness Report Q1 2011. Strong production growth across most Ghanaian agricultural sub-sectors is projected considering a growing domestic customer base on the back of strong economic growth and thanks to increased government support. This report contains detailed analysis of key agribusiness segments, data on the current and future situation on the respective market …

Tanzania Agribusiness Report Q4 2010. In the five years to 2014, strong consumption growth is envisaged for maize, sugar and coffee. Maize is already one of Tanzania's major staple foods. An expanding population, together with rising living standards, is expected to contribute to increased consumption of the grain. The study is a complete and in-depth guide to the country’s agribusiness. It encompasses detailed segmentation, insightful forecast data, information on the current state of this industry …

More new reports by Business Monitor International can be found at https://marketpublishers.com/members/businessmonitor/info.html

 

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