The Future of Agriculture in South East Asia

Key Features

Products

Cassava
Coffee
Oil palm
Rubber
Maize+..

Geography

7 countries
33 regions

Data

Supply/demand
Prices
Costs of production
Profitability
Forecasts

Deliverables

Report
Excel database
Presentation + Q&A

The Essentials

This new report provides the insights, data and analysis needed to help you decide which countries and which crops will be the most competitive in Southeast Asia over the next decade. Covering all of the major crops in the region (maize, tapioca, coffee, cocoa, coconuts, oil palm, rubber and sugarcane) across seven countries (Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam) as well as looking at individual growing regions within each country, it examines how crop profitability will change, what this will mean for crop choice, which industries have healthy fundamentals for investment and how different crops and/or countries help to diversify risk.

What you receive

Report
Main report
Crop profiles
Country profiles

Data
Area, production and yield
Production costs
Profitability
Cost & profitability forecasts

Briefing by a senior LMC expert
Presentation and Q&A

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