AGMEMOD Outlook for Agricultural and Food Markets in EU Member States 2018-2030
van Leeuwen, Myrna
AGMEMOD 2017 Outlook
agricultural market model
EU member states
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CitationSalamon, Petra, et al. AGMEMOD outlook for agricultural and food markets in EU member states 2018-2030. No. 114. Thünen Working Paper, 2019.
AbstractPolicy, administration and industry need medium-term projections of the expected developments in the agri-food markets for their decision-making processes. The EU Commission presents such projections for the EU as a whole in December of each year. Those projections and their assumptions regarding policy and macroeconomic developments are depicted to the level of individual EU Member States with the exception of Luxembourg, which is included in the figures of Belgium, by applying the partial equilibrium model AGMEMOD. The working paper briefly describes the approach to establish projections for the EU Member States. The projections cover the markets of main agricultural products, in particular for cereals and oilseeds (rapeseed and sunflower seed), livestock (cattle, pigs, goats and sheep), meat (beef, pork, and poultry), milk and dairy products (drinking milk, butter, cheese, skimmed milk powder, whole milk and semiskimmed milk powder). The outcomes comprise items like areas, livestock numbers, yields, production, trade and use, as well as prices. The individual projection results are displayed in tables.
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