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2017 Outlook for Global Agribusiness

£250.00

The post-war global trading order of multilateral deals is under explicit threat. Arguably, the outlook for world trade has not been this grim since the 1930s and our research indicates clearly that the related topics of Brexit, Donald Trump, currency markets, and trade are the dominant concerns for agriculture industry players.

What are the reasons for this? Who are the people in charge? What are the possibilities?

The report will have a focus also on the likely outcomes for currency markets, especially the dollar.  As the global trade outlook becomes more volatile, both agricultural producers, traders, and consumers, will need the knowledge to reduce uncertainty. This wide-ranging report will provide all key personnel in agribusiness with a solid understanding of these key issues and their likely impact on businesses.

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2017 Outlook for Global Agribusiness: Implications for agricultural trade in the era of Trump and Brexit is an in-depth Agrimoney Research Report, written by Agrimoney’s chief economist John Phelan looking at the dawning new era of political economy and its effects on world agricultural trade.

The post-war global trading order of multilateral deals is under explicit threat. Arguably, the outlook for world trade has not been this grim since the 1930s and our research indicates clearly that the related topics of Brexit, Donald Trump, currency markets, and trade are the dominant concerns for agriculture industry players.

What are the reasons for this? Who are the people in charge? What are the possibilities?

The report will have a focus also on the likely outcomes for currency markets, especially the dollar.  As the global trade outlook becomes more volatile, both agricultural producers, traders, and consumers, will need the knowledge to reduce uncertainty. This wide-ranging report will provide all key personnel in agribusiness with a solid understanding of these key issues and their likely impact on businesses.

Outline

In summary, the report will include in-depth analysis of the following topics:

  • Background – Populism and world trade. What is ‘populism’? A brief history of world trade
  • Brexit and agricultural trade British agriculture and the European Union Types of Brexit The likely future of British agricultural trade The effect on Europe
  • ‘Trumponomics’ and agricultural trade Trump’s trade views Immigration The likely future of US agricultural trade
  • Conclusion – What next for world agricultural trade?
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Published

April 2017

Report Authors

John Phelan – Chief Economist, Agrimoney.com