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World Production, Markets, and Trade Report

Dairy Monthly Imports

This monthly report includes information on U.S. and global imports of dairy products, including maximum quantities that can be imported under tariff-rate quota licensing.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Indonesia: Oilseeds and Products Update

Palm oil exports for 2021/22 are revised down to 25.5 million metric tons (MMT) on restrictive export policies and weaker global demand. The soybean subsidy program launched in April 2022 unexpectedly caused several importers to slowdown purchases. Feed mill demand for soybean meal continues to drive imports from South American origins.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Vietnam: Rice Trade - Monthly

This report provides trade data on Vietnam's monthly rice exports by grade and destination and weekly export quotes for rice by grade.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Indonesia: Biofuels Annual

In 2022, Indonesia maintained its biodiesel blending mandate at 30 percent and raised its biodiesel allocation volume to a record 10.1 billion liters on expected increased economic activity and mobility following eased pandemic-related restrictions. The export levy that funds the subsidies underwriting the biodiesel mandate program was adjusted to also subsidize cooking oil prices which have surged since late 2021.
On July 13, 2022, the Government of Vietnam (GVN) issued Decree 46/2022 amending Decree 13/2020 Guiding the Law on Animal Husbandry, which repeals Article 18.3.c of Decree 13/2020. With this amendment, the GVN no longer requires a Certificate Free Sale (CFS) for imported feed ingredients, including traditional feeds such as corn, soybean meal, DDGS, and single feed ingredients like vitamins, amino acids, and minerals, as part of the registration process for import inspection.
Following the signing of Republic Act (RA) 11524, February 26, 2021, then President Rodrigo R. Duterte signed Executive Order (EO) 172, Series of 2022, on June 2, 2022, approving the Coconut Farmers and Industry Development Plan. This paves the way for the use of the PHP75 billion ($1.4) fund to rehabilitate the coconut industry.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Indonesia: Grain and Feed Update

Wheat imports for 2021/22 are revised upward to 11.2 million metric tons (MMT) from the previous estimate of 11.0 MMT, reflecting recovering demand for flour-based foods. In line with increased imports, food, seed, and industry (FSI) wheat consumption is also revised up 2.2 percent to 9.1 MMT of wheat equivalent.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Burma: Rice Trade - Monthly

Post forecasts Burmese rice exports lower in July due to reduced domestic supplies and higher domestic prices. Domestic prices for Emata remained high, while prices for Shwe Bo Pawsan rose due to lower domestic supplies.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Philippines: Biofuels Annual

Post sees Philippine biofuels consumption partially recovering in 2022 due to economic growth, as fuel ethanol demand grows 13 percent to 660 million liters and biodiesel increases 31 percent to 250 million liters with the projected movement from B2 to B5 blend and the fuel pool increases as forecast. Ethanol production is almost flat with one percent growth to 360 million liters.
This report contains a table comparing the various validity periods and key conditions applicable to SPS Import Clearances (SPSIC) relevant to plant, animal, and fishery products under the oversight of the Philippines Department of Agriculture.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Philippines: Deli Shops Market Brief

The convenience provided by deli shops combined with the popularity of online platforms facilitated increased home consumption of imported premium products, especially U.S. beef, during the pandemic. As the country rolls back pandemic mobility restrictions, deli stores supplying to individuals, restaurants, hotels, and events should experience continued sales increases, recovering to pre-pandemic level in 2023.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Vietnam: Retail Foods

Despite COVID-19's widespread impacts on Vietnam for most of 2021, total retail sales were estimated at approximately $172 billion, marginally up 0.2 percent over 2020, according to Vietnam’s General Statistical Office (GSO). The fourth and largest wave of COVID-19 started on April 29, 2021, and rapidly spread across Vietnam, severely affecting all industries, including the retail food sector.