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Following several years of relatively calm market conditions, world agricultural markets today face mounting risks, including policy uncertainty from trade tensions.

Productivity is projected to outpace demand growth, which implies declining real food prices. This is good news for poor consumers, but will put pressure on farm incomes.

Global food demand follows population growth as per-capita consumption of many food items levels off

Open, transparent and predictable trade is important for global food security – regions experiencing rapid population growth are not those where food production can be increased sustainably

This year's edition focuses on the prospects and challenges in Latin America and the Caribbean


Download the OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2019-2028