Australia Agribusiness Report Q4 2016

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Date: 05-Oct-2016
No. of pages: 90

BMI View: Australia's agribusiness sector will see its exports increase in the coming years, driven by the

rise in production, its reputation as a reliable exporter of safe and quality products and strong external

demand. However, the sector's future success will be somewhat held back by increasing production costs

and profitability issues weigh on the production outlook. Moreover, the country's vulnerability to extreme

weather events will grow in the coming years with climate change, making agricultural production even

more volatile. Australia faces increasing competition from lower-cost producers aiming to supply the

attractive markets in Asia and the Middle East. Australia has signed a number of trade deals with key

importing countries, including the Trans Pacific Partnership, which will help its competitiveness remain

satisfactory. Australia will also need to step up investment in some parts of its supply chain in order to

improve its competitiveness and reach a new level of innovation, efficiencies and exports.

Key Forecasts

- Beef production growth to 2019/20: -10.2% to 2.3mn tonnes. The negative growth over our forecast

period is mainly due to high base effects (production reached a record in 2013/14) and because output

will decrease over the 2015-2017 period as farmers rebuilt their herds. Beef production will reaccelerate

beyond 2018.

Australia Agribusiness Report Q4 2016

Table of Contents

BMI Industry View 7
SWOT 10
Industry Forecast 12
Grains Outlook 12
Latest Updates 12
Table: Australia - Grains Production And Consumption Outlook 13
Table: Risks To Outlook 13
Structural Trends 14
Table: Grains Production & Consumpton (Australia 2013-2020) 21
Sugar Outlook 22
Latest Updates 22
Table: Australia - Sugar Production And Consumption Outlook 24
Table: Risks To Outlook 24
Structural Trends 25
Table: Australia - Main FTAs Signed Or Under Negotiations 30
Table: Sugar Production & Consumption (Australia 2012-2020) 31
Dairy Outlook 32
Latest Updates 32
Table: Australia - Dairy Production And Consumption Outlook 33
Table: Risks To Outlook 33
Structural Trends 34
Table: Australia Dairy - Recent Company Developments 39
Table: Dairy Production & Consumption (Australia 2013-2020) 40
Livestock Outlook 42
Latest Updates 42
Table: Australia - Livestock Production And Consumption Outlook 43
Table: Risks To Outlook 44
Structural Trends 45
Table: Livestock Production & Consumption (Australia, 2013-2020) 51
Commodities Price Analysis 52
Commodities Performance And Forecasts 52
Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts 52
Upstream Analysis 54
Food 54
Latest Updates 54
Structural Trends 55
Table: Food Sales (Australia 2013-2020) 56
Downstream Analysis 58
Asia GM Outlook 58
Table: Selected Countries - GM Crops Use (mn hectares) 63
Asia Machinery Outlook 64
Table: Select Countries - Average Size Of Farms, Hectares 69
Africa Fertiliser Outlook 71
Regional Overview 77
Competitive Landscape 83
Table: Australia - Major Agribusiness Companies 83
Demographic Forecast 84
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Australia 1990-2025) 85
Table: Key Population Ratios (Australia 1990-2025) 85
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Australia 1990-2025) 86
Table: Population By Age Group (Australia 1990-2025) 86
Table: Population By Age Group % (Australia 1990-2025) 87
Methodology 89
Industry Forecast Methodology 89
Sector-Specific Methodology 90

List of Tables

Table: Australia - Grains Production And Consumption Outlook
Table: Risks To Outlook
Table: Grains Production & Consumpton (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Australia - Sugar Production And Consumption Outlook
Table: Risks To Outlook
Table: Australia - Main FTAs Signed Or Under Negotiations
Table: Sugar Production & Consumption (Australia 2012-2020)
Table: Australia - Dairy Production And Consumption Outlook
Table: Risks To Outlook
Table: Australia Dairy - Recent Company Developments
Table: Dairy Production & Consumption (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Australia - Livestock Production And Consumption Outlook
Table: Risks To Outlook
Table: Livestock Production & Consumption (Australia, 2013-2020)
Table: Select Commodities - Performance & BMI Forecasts
Table: Food Sales (Australia 2013-2020)
Table: Selected Countries - GM Crops Use (mn hectares)
Table: Select Countries - Average Size Of Farms, Hectares
Table: Australia - Major Agribusiness Companies
Table: Population Headline Indicators (Australia 1990-2025)
Table: Key Population Ratios (Australia 1990-2025)
Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Australia 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group (Australia 1990-2025)
Table: Population By Age Group % (Australia 1990-2025)
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