FAPRIFood and Agricultural Policy Research Institute
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(4a.) We call the modeling system FAPRI-CARD to distinguish it from the FAPRI system, which involves a model of the US agricultural sector developed and maintained by the University of Missouri at Columbia and international models developed and maintained at Iowa State University.
One potential problem that the FAPRI report discusses is the potential for other World Trade Organization members to challenge new provisions of the farm bill for distorting agricultural trade.
Although we feel it is too early to forecast grain stock-to-use ratios for 2012, neither the USDA nor FAPRI expect a grain deficit next year.
The Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) estimated crop losses in the floodway at over $85 million, and the broader economic impact at over $156 million.
(2003) 'The MTR and the PAKISTAN Commission Proposal for the WTO:-An Analysis of their effect on the PAKISTAN and the Pakistan's agricultural sector', Outlook 2003, Medium Term Analysis for the Agri-Food Sector, FAPRI Ireland Partnership, pp.16-49.
Both USDA and the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI), in their annual agricultural baseline reports, project corn prices to remain in the $3.65 to $4.00 per bushel range through 2019, compared with an average farm price of $2.15 per bushel during the previous 10-year period (1997-2006).
Based on the 2008 FAPRI Outlook, net imports from Mexico are estimated to be between 475.000 and 586,000 short tons in raw value (STRV) during the next 10 yr from 2009 to 2018.
According to Food & Agriculture Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) and our expectations, edible oil and sugar consumption in the MENA region is expected to increase at a 2008-12 CAGR of 1.6% and 1.5% to 6.8mn tons and 13.6mn tons in 2012 respectively.
According to a forecast prepared by the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI), the worldwide market for the production of biofuels is expected to grow to 26.6 billion gallons per year by 2012.
A recent study by the University of Missouri [Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI), 2007] showed that in states east of the Mississippi River, CRP lands reduced soil, nitrogen, and phosphorus runoff per acre by 6.5 tons, 21 pounds, and 1 pound, respectively (14.6 tonnes/hectare, 24 kilograms/hectare, 1.1 kilograms/ hectare) compared to conventional cropping practices.