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Tuesday, 01 December 2015

World agricultural production developments

Since the mid-2000s agricultural and food prices moved to a higher level and in parallel with prices of other commodities – and at times have also been very volatile. These events led to concerns which, in different ways, brought to the forefront a debate about food security. Both developed and developing countries saw their consumers facing the impact of higher food prices, and their producers feeling the pressure from higher input costs. In a series of Briefs (on Demand, Regional influences, Supply and Stocks) we analyse evolutions in different drivers responsible for these price developments separately and bring them together in a concluding Brief. This fourth Brief focuses on developments in agricultural production over the last 5 decades.

Source: European Commission