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2002 Annual Agricultural Outlook


  • Hilker, James H.
  • Alderman, Nicole


The global economy is also faltering. Global economic growth in 2001 was the slowest of any year since 1993, and only a modest rebound is forecast for 2002. The combination of sluggish world growth and a strong dollar should continue to constrain farm exports in 2002.Three concerns are important as we look ahead business earnings, productivity, and global growth.

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  • Hilker, James H. & Alderman, Nicole, 2002. "2002 Annual Agricultural Outlook," Staff Papers 11676, Michigan State University, Department of Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:midasp:11676

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