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1995/96 world grain prospects


, : 1995/96 world grain prospects. World Agricultural Production ( 9): 45-55

World total grain production (wheat, coarse grain, milled rice) for 1995/96 is forecast to reach 1690 Mt, down 3% from the previous year. Unfavourable weather in the USA caused domestic production to fall by 18%. In addition, production continued to fall in Russia and Kazakhstan for the third consecutive year due to poor weather and economic factors. Increased production is forecast for the EU, China, Ukraine, and Indonesia.

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