Peru Agribusiness Report Q1 2014

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Our outlook for Peru's agricultural sector remains positive. The livestock sector is very dynamic, and investment into the country's ethanol sector is boosting sugar production. Export crops, such as coffee and cocoa, are hampered by a lack of infrastructure and investment, but there is scope for strong growth in both, particularly as Peru is becoming increasingly recognised for organic and speciality crops. We caution that a lack of profitability threatens to weaken the dairy sector; this could be further exacerbated by the forthcoming entry into force of the free trade agreement with the EU. Grains & Livestock On Top Peru - BMI Market Value By Commodity (% of total)

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Key Forecasts

Poultry production growth to 2016/17: 19.8% to 1.4mn tonnes. Ongoing investment and the availability of cheaper imported feed will support growth in the sector.

Sugar production growth to 2016/17: 30.2% to 1.4mn tonnes. The rapid expansion of the ethanol sector will see increasing investment in sugar cane.

Major points from Table of Contents:

Table: Peru Sugar Production & Consumption, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Sugar Production & Consumption, 2007-2012

Table: Peru Milk Production & Consumption, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Cheese Production & Consumption, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Butter Production & Consumption, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Milk Production & Consumption, 2007-2012

Table: Peru Cheese Production & Consumption, 2007-2012

Table: Peru Butter Production & Consumption, 2007-2012

Table: Peru Poultry Production, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Pork Production, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Beef & Veal Production & Consumption, 2012-2017

Table: Peru Poultry Production, 2007-2012

 

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