Grain: World Markets and Trade
Foreign Agricultural Service Circular Series
U.S. Corn Market Share Higher Amidst Stagnant Import Demand
|World corn trade is expected to
stagnate in 2005/06. Despite strong import growth in the Western
Hemisphere, where falling domestic production necessitates higher
imports in Mexico and Canada, and expanding feed use lifts imports
in Brazil, demand in much of the rest of the world is expected to be
In East Asia, rising meat imports in both Japan and Taiwan are suppressing feed demand, while abundant feed-quality wheat curbs demand for corn use in South Korea.
In Southeast Asia, there was a drastic drop in Indonesia’s feed
consumption last year due to Avian Influenza, and recovery is likely
to be slow. In the Middle East, competition from feed-quality wheat
is constraining corn demand in Israel, while large government stocks
and a record crop in Turkey reduce that country’s imports.
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Wheat Commentary [Text] [Adobe Acrobat Format] Wheat Data Tables [Excel Spreadsheet Format] [Adobe Acrobat Format] Rice Commentary [Text] [Adobe Acrobat Format] Rice Data Tables [Excel Spreadsheet Format] [Adobe Acrobat Format] Coarse Grains Commentary [Text] [Adobe Acrobat Format] Coarse Grains Data Tables Excel Spreadsheet Format] [Adobe Acrobat Format]
Historical Data Tables: Selected Regions and Countries
General Footnotes for Grain Tables
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Last modified: Sunday, March 17, 2013