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Report covers
Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output (1961-2010)

Source: Fuglie (2013)
Source: Fuglie (2013)
Food Demand GAP: Sub-Saharan Africa

of total SSA
demand would
be met by
maintaining the
current regional
TFP growth rate
...
Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output: High-Income Countries
(1961-2010)

Source: Fuglie (2013)
Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output: Low-Income Countries
(1961-2010)

Source: Fuglie (2013)
THE
China /BrazilBRAZIL-CHINA AGRICULTURAL CONNECTION
image

GLOBAL DYNAMICS: SUPPLY & DEMAND
China Population (1990-2030)

Sources: UN Department of
Economic and Social Affairs,
Population Division (2013)
Kaufman, K...
Meat & Animal Protein
Consumption in China (1990-2010)

Source: USDA Economic
Research Service (2013)

Grain Consumption
i...
Food Demand GAP: China

of demand can
be met by
maintaining the
current TFP
growth rate

Source: Fuglie (2013)
Food Demand GAP: Brazil

demand can
be met by
maintaining the
current TFP
growth rate

Source: Fuglie (2013)
1. Country Leadership & Investment in AG R&D
2. Economic reform
3. Infrastructure improvement

Photo: John Deere Brazil
Yield Progression, Corn and Soybeans in Brazil
(1991-2012)

Source: FAOSTAT (2013)
Soybean Production and Exports, Brazil (1991-2012)

Source: SECEX (2013),
FAOSTAT (2013)
AVC Chain
AVC image w/ titles w/o white box text
Photo: Land O’Lakes
Ruth Campbell
Managing Director for Technical Learning and Standards, ACDI/VOCA

Claudia Garcia
Senior Director, Global Ma...
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
2013 Global Agricultural Productivity Report - Release Slideshow
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  1. 1. Report covers
  2. 2. Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output (1961-2010) Source: Fuglie (2013)
  3. 3. Source: Fuglie (2013)
  4. 4. Food Demand GAP: Sub-Saharan Africa of total SSA demand would be met by maintaining the current regional TFP growth rate Source: Fuglie (2013)
  5. 5. Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output: High-Income Countries (1961-2010) Source: Fuglie (2013)
  6. 6. Sources of Growth in Agricultural Output: Low-Income Countries (1961-2010) Source: Fuglie (2013)
  7. 7. THE China /BrazilBRAZIL-CHINA AGRICULTURAL CONNECTION image GLOBAL DYNAMICS: SUPPLY & DEMAND
  8. 8. China Population (1990-2030) Sources: UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2013) Kaufman, Kharas, and Penciakova. Brookings Institution (2012)
  9. 9. Meat & Animal Protein Consumption in China (1990-2010) Source: USDA Economic Research Service (2013) Grain Consumption in China (1990-2010) Source: USDA Economic Research Service (2013)
  10. 10. Food Demand GAP: China of demand can be met by maintaining the current TFP growth rate Source: Fuglie (2013)
  11. 11. Food Demand GAP: Brazil demand can be met by maintaining the current TFP growth rate Source: Fuglie (2013)
  12. 12. 1. Country Leadership & Investment in AG R&D 2. Economic reform 3. Infrastructure improvement Photo: John Deere Brazil
  13. 13. Yield Progression, Corn and Soybeans in Brazil (1991-2012) Source: FAOSTAT (2013)
  14. 14. Soybean Production and Exports, Brazil (1991-2012) Source: SECEX (2013), FAOSTAT (2013)
  15. 15. AVC Chain AVC image w/ titles w/o white box text
  16. 16. Photo: Land O’Lakes
  17. 17. Ruth Campbell Managing Director for Technical Learning and Standards, ACDI/VOCA Claudia Garcia Senior Director, Global Market Access, Elanco Chair, Board of Directors, Global Harvest Initiative Dr. Robert Herdt Adjunct Professor of International Agriculture and Applied Economics and Management, Cornell University Dr. Margaret Zeigler Executive Director, Global Harvest Initiative
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