The outlook for world trade has arguably not been this grim
since the 1930s - the combination of Brexit and the election of Donald Trump are
dominating concerns for agricultural trade across the globe.
Agrimoney's 2017 Outlook for Global Agribusiness report
looks at the impact these trade-changing events are likely to have on
agribusinesses and the food and bioenergy supply chains.
From agricultural producers, to traders, investors and
global retailers, all are realising that the new political era is set to have a
huge impact on world agricultural trade. This new Agrimoney research report,
written by chief economist John Phelan, sets out exactly what is likely to
happen and the implications for food and bioenergy supply chains.
The report tackles key concerns: What will the future
architecture of global trade look like with trade deals collapsing, and the
move from multilateralism to bilateralism; How will currency markets react?;
What is the future for renewables, particularly in the US?
"We also look, crucially, at how the UK and US governments
will continue - or not - to support agriculture," said Mr Phelan.
"The era of multilateral trade deals which has typified the
post war world trading order seems to be coming to an end. What will replace
it? What effects will that have on production, trade, and living standards?
"These are the questions key figures in the agribusiness sector have been asking
us, and we set out to answer them in this new report."
The report's conclusions make interesting reading for
anyone concerned about the impact of Brexit and Trump on global agricultural
Whether it is the radical potential impact on the US dairy industry, or
the expected results of a more open trading approach from Britain, it is clear
that the changes afoot will have a marked impact upon both agriculture and
consumers in the long-run.
For an executive summary of the report please click here: http://www.agrimoneyresearchreports.com/wp-content/uploads/Summary.pdf
For more information on the report, please contact Rainy Gill, Agrimoney marketing manager ,on +44 (0)207 202 0927.