Italy Agribusiness Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Italy Agribusiness Report

Italy Agribusiness Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Italy Agribusiness Report
Published Jun 11, 2016
61 pages — Published Jun 11, 2016
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Abstract:

The outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in August ---- led to a ban on live poultry and egg imports into Russia from Italy in January ----. Russia was a major buyer of Italian poultry, but we believe that this should not affect production significantly as the ban, which includes poultry upkeep and slaughter equipment, will be lifted upon clearance of the virus. ...The outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza in August ---- led to a ban on live poultry and egg imports into Russia from Italy in January ----. Russia was a major buyer of Italian poultry, but we believe that this should not affect production significantly as the ban, which includes poultry upkeep and slaughter equipment, will be lifted upon clearance of the virus. At the time of writing, the virus has been relatively confined. ...Given the EU- Russia trade embargo, the investment provides Italy an opportunity to export investment and expertise rather than banned goods. The efforts will allow Italian agricultural producers, who have lost significant amounts of revenue due to trade sanctions, to begin agricultural business with Russia once again.

...The opening up of the agricultural sector proposed in the EU s Common Agricultural Policy Health Check could expose Italy s smaller farms to more competition from more efficient larger operators. Avian flu has rattled the poultry industry and could pose further downside risks to the stability of the industry. ...Any outbreak in Italy could seriously affect production and trade. Global economic volatility is likely to affect domestic and export market demand, particularly for higher-quality and higher-priced products. If Russia were to ban imports of EU agricultural products for a considerable period, the Italian high-value cheese and meat sectors would be detrimentally affected for a longer period of time. ...Global economic volatility is likely to affect domestic and export market demand, particularly for higher-quality and higher-priced products. If Russia were to ban imports of EU agricultural products for a considerable period, the Italian high-value cheese and meat sectors would be detrimentally affected for a longer period of time.

...Italian corn production will not fare significantly better in ----/-- after significant declines in the past few years. Over the remainder of the forecast period to ----/--, we expect Italian corn production to increase to -.--mn tonnes, mainly helped by favourable base effects, price gains on current levels and bioethanol production growth. ...

  
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