Philippines Agribusiness Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports

Philippines Agribusiness Report

Philippines Agribusiness Report - Business Monitor International - Industry Reports
Philippines Agribusiness Report
Published Aug 13, 2016
81 pages — Published Aug 13, 2016
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Abstract:

The Philippine economy is well positioned to maintain its strong growth trajectory over the coming quarters on the back of booming domestic services and construction sectors. The main recent change relate to the election of Rodrigo Duterte as President in May ----. The risks associated with his presidency are myriad, but a departure from the Philippines status quo does not necessarily entail a negative outcome for the economy. Should Duterte succeed in cutting crime rates without overstepping his executive privilege while simultaneously bolstering fiscal efficiency, liberalising foreign investment laws, and cutting through the country s bloated bureaucracy, this could take the Philippines structural growth rate higher still. Duterte and his administration have made limited announcements regarding their agricultural policy. ...Production of rice, corn, sugar and coffee will decline in ----/--.

...BMI View: We hold a positive view on the Philippines agribusiness sector in the long term, given the country s potential for expansion into new sectors, such as palm oil. We particularly like the outlook for sugar mills and believe the livestock sector will continue to show healthy growth rates. ...However, backyard farming and infrastructure problems, especially transport costs, will continue to hamper the sector s growth. These inefficiencies will become increasingly crippling as South East Asia moves towards the ASEAN Economic Community, which is supposed to lead to trade and investment liberalisation in the region. Although the Philippines government appears to have taken the measure of the challenge and is now supporting rice and sugar production, agriculture in the country remains uncompetitive. ...Although the Philippines government appears to have taken the measure of the challenge and is now supporting rice and sugar production, agriculture in the country remains uncompetitive. As such, the sector is at risk of low cost imports from its neighbours over the medium term.

...� Business Monitor International Ltd Page - see its imports grow in ----/--, as the government has no choice but to agree to ease its strict import policy. Milk and livestock production will held up better than other commodities but output growth slow down. ...

  
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