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AMISAfrican Union Mission in Sudan
AMISAmerican Musical Instrument Society (est. 1971)
AMISAudio Message Interface Specification
AMISAudio Messaging Interchange Specification (for enhanced messaging systems like voicemail)
AMISAmistad National Recreation Area (US National Park Service)
AMISAsociación Mexicana de Instituciones de Seguros (Mexican Insurers’ Association)
AMISAustralian Maritime Identification System
AMISAssociation for Music in International Schools
AMISAsset Management Information System
AMISAutomated Management Information System
AMISAsset Management Improvement Service (MCP Consulting and Training; UK)
AMISAvailability Management Information System
AMISAudio Message Interface Standard
AMISAgricultural Market Information System (Bulgaria)
AMISHealthy Cities Air Management Information System (World Health Organization)
AMISAcquisition Management Information System
AMISAgriculture Market Information Service (Pakistan government)
AMISArmy Management Information System
AMISAtari Message and Information System
AMISAccounting Management Information System
AMISAutomated Meteorological Information System
AMISAdvanced Management Information System
AMISAdvanced Meteorological Information System
AMISAutomated Maintenance Information System
AMISAir Movements Information Section
AMISAssignment Management Information System
AMISAudio Matrix Intercom System
AMISAirborne Measurement Instrument
AMISArmy Management Integration Subgroup
AMISApplication Modular Integrated Sensor
AMISAir Movement Identification Service
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Earlier this month, La Nina watch has been declared by the Agricultural Market Information System, which is marked by heavier-than-usual rainfall.
This view is shared by a separate report published today by the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) a G20 initiative which is housed at FAO and managed by ten international organizations.
The G20 has set up the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) to collect and publish food price data.
The establishment of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) last year has given the international community a new and effective instrument in responding to uncertainty.
France will continue to support any political initiatives and any concrete plans in this direction." Important advances have already been made in governance, the Director-General said, citing the reform of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) the most inclusive intergovernmental platform on food security and nutrition; the establishment by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the High Level Task Force on Global Food Security; and the creation last year by the G20 of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) to ensure improved international coordination, information and market transparency.
Noting the important contribution of greater transparency and effective food market monitoring to reducing food price volatility, we welcome the progress made in implementing the Asia-Pacific Food Security Information Platform (APIP) and therefore support cooperation between APIP, the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) and the Rapid Response Forum, launched by the G20.
Under the proposed statement, the G20 would share market information through a joint database - the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) - that would be housed at the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation.
Despite heavy rainfall due to cyclones that plagued southeast Asia this year, conditions for growing rice remained favorable in most parts of the region, according to the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS).
- Information and market transparency: Launch in the FAO of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) "to encourage the main actors on agri-food markets to share their data, improve existing information systems, promote better shared understanding of developments in food prices and promote political dialogue and cooperation"
According to the Agricultural Market Information System (Amis), rice production dropped mainly in Bangladesh, India, Nepal and Vietnam, but conditions remained beneficial for rice in India, Indonesia and the Philippines.
In a separate report, the Agricultural Market Information System (Amis) said the forecast volume of global output for 2016 was 6 million tons better than in the previous year.
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