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EU commodity market development: Medium-term agricultural outlook. Proceedings of the October 2017 workshop



The workshop on the 'EU commodity market development: Medium-term agricultural outlook' is an integral part of the intensive validation procedure of the results of the European Commission’s report on 'Prospects for EU agricultural markets and income'. It provides a forum for presentations on preliminary 10-year-ahead projections in EU agricultural commodity markets, and discussing in depth the EU prospects in a global context. This year the workshop was held on October 19-20 in Brussels. The workshop was jointly organised by the Joint Research Centre (JRC) and the Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI). Participants included policy makers, modelling and market experts from various countries, as well as stakeholders of the agri-food industry. This document summarises the presentations and discussions on the macroeconomic and energy assumptions associated with this outlook, and on each of the EU agricultural markets addressed (arable crops, biofuels, sugar, wine, milk and dairy, meat).

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  • Ignacio Perez Dominguez & Thomas Fellmann & Thomas Chatzopoulos & Simone Pieralli & Hans Jensen & Jesus Barreiro-Hurle & Fabio Micale, 2017. "EU commodity market development: Medium-term agricultural outlook. Proceedings of the October 2017 workshop," JRC Research Reports JRC109451, Joint Research Centre.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipt:iptwpa:jrc109451

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