Ethiopia Agribusiness Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Ethiopia Agribusiness Report

Ethiopia Agribusiness Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Ethiopia Agribusiness Report
Published Aug 30, 2016
75 pages — Published Aug 30, 2016
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Two consecutive droughts in ---- deprived Ethiopian agriculture its main source of water, and will therefore significantly reduce the country s ----/-- grains production. Moreover, prices of meat and dairy products will increase as poor pasture conditions lead to elevated cattle deaths. ...Moreover, prices of meat and dairy products will increase as poor pasture conditions lead to elevated cattle deaths. This will threaten the food security and livelihood of a large number of rural citizens through lower output, higher prices and reduced potable water supplies. Ethiopia s consumer price inflation will rise in ---- as floods exacerbate food insecurity in the country. ...Ethiopia s agricultural sector employs over --.- of the population and the food component represents --.- of the consumer price basket. We therefore believe that decreased crop yields and livestock death due to floods will drive inflation upwards.

...BMI View: Production prospects look broadly favourable for Ethiopian agriculture over the long term. This will largely be due to more investment in the sector, along with higher incomes contributing to consumption growth. ...This will largely be due to more investment in the sector, along with higher incomes contributing to consumption growth. We believe the sugar sector has the most potential, as investments in new sugar refineries will make sugar one of the few reliable agricultural exports over the forecast period. In terms of grains, the country s food security will remain in a precarious situation due to recent droughts linked to El Nino. ...In terms of grains, the country s food security will remain in a precarious situation due to recent droughts linked to El Nino. Moreover, even with recent multinational interest in the country s farmland, Ethiopia is most likely to remain a net grains importer over the medium term.

...Sugar production growth to ----/--: ---.- to ---,--- tonnes. Investment by the state-run sugar corporation is likely to lead to a significant increase in the area dedicated to sugar production. ...

  
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