Food Availability

Clone of ABARES Report: Produce, dairy demand in India to experience significant growth

Fruit imports are projected to reach US$58 billion by 2050, according to report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences.

Photo Credit: Flickr (IFPRI)

ABARES Report: Produce, dairy demand in India to experience significant growth

Fruit imports are projected to reach US$58 billion by 2050, according to report from the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences.

Photo Credit: Flickr (IFPRI)

The Quiet Revolution in Staple Food Value Chains

Major changes have been occurring almost unnoticed in staple value chains in Asia. The Asian Development Bank and International Food Policy Research Institute put a spotlight on these processes in the book "The Quiet Revolution in Staple Food Value Chains: Enter the Dragon, the Elephant, and the Tiger."

Export Taxation in the Context of Food Crisis

The nature of the world trading system is deeply mercantilist. Consequently, policy decisions are usually aimed at increasing exports and/or decreasing imports, and governments frequently implement import taxes and export subsidies. Export taxes and export restrictions, however, are policy instruments that appear much more difficult to understand than import tariffs. 

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