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Quarterly Agricultural Export Forecast

Quarterly Agricultural Export Forecast

FAS and the Economic Research Service jointly publish the quarterly Outlook for U.S. Agricultural Trade. The agricultural export forecast is updated February, May, August, and November.
Angola’s wheat milling capacity has increased to achieve self-sufficiency with five wheat mills now operating in the country, with milling capacity of up to 1 million metric tons of wheat per year.
The Government of Ethiopia (GOE) through the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MOTI) has issued three separate international tenders to purchase 400,000 metric tons (MT) of milling wheat...
The Government of Ethiopia (GOE) floated two international competitive bids to purchase a total of 600,000 metric tons of foreign wheat.
International Agricultural Trade Report

West Africa: Prospects for U.S. Exporters

The West African nations of Côte d’Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Nigeria, and Senegal are home to some of the largest cities in the region...
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Ethiopia: Grain and Feed Annual

MY17/18 grain production was better than expected due to favorable weather conditions and relatively minor losses from Fall Army Worm.
In late 2017, Ethiopia contracted to buy 800,000 metric tons of imported wheat, valued at $225 million.
Angola’s wheat milling capacity is expected to grow over the next several years, with the opening of two new mills and increased production at two existing mills.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Nigeria: Grain and Feed Annual

Post's combined estimates of Nigeria's MY2017/18 production for wheat, rice, corn and sorghum is set at about 16.3 million tons, representing a slight drop from the current MY2016/17 estimate....
A USD $146,000 Quality Samples Program (QSP) grant to the U.S. Wheat Associates facilitated the reopening of the Cerangola flour mill in Lobito, Angola....
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Ethiopia: Ethiopia’s Ag Imports Continue Growing

Ethiopia’s agriculture imports reached $1.8 billion in 2015. Future imports are expected to increase as the country’s economy and population continue to grow.
In response to the country’s worst drought in decades, Ethiopia is expected to import a record 2.5 million metric tons of wheat during MY15/16, which is more than double the amount from last year.