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Middle East and North Africa Region: An Important Driver of World Agricultural Trade
Getachew Nigatu (au); Mesbah Motamed (au)
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region accounts for a significant and growing portion of worldwide food and feed imports. Despite the violence and political uncertainty hanging over parts of the region, the MENAäó»s growing population and rising incomes are driving higher demand for major food and feed grains, soybeans, cotton, and meats, which cannot be fulfilled by domestic production alone. The U.S. has played an important role in meeting this regionäó»s food needs, but recently, new exporters form South America, Europe, and Asia have emerged to compete for the MENA regionäó»s market share, exploiting various production and transport cost advantages. As this report shows, for certain commodities, the effects of this new competition have translated into fewer U.S. shipments to the MENA and a smaller share of the regionäó»s market. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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