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Agribusiness in sub-Saharan Africa

  • September 2013
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  • Agra Europe
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  • 225 pages

Opportunities & Challenges

Sub-Saharan Africa has unexploited reserves of land and water which are unmatched in other parts of the world, and as the region’s economy grows, there is great potential for an agricultural renaissance.

The report examines in depth the potential for an agri-food revolution in sub-Saharan Africa, analysing the trump cards which the region holds, as well as the obstacles – some very serious – which it needs to overcome.

It pinpoints the countries most likely to prosper in agri-food markets in the future, and the sectors which are the most promising for investors.

The report includes key data for the main African producer countries and detailed analysis of all of the political, economic and geographical factors which will influence the development of agribusiness in the region over the next 10 years.

Table Of Contents

Agribusiness in sub-Saharan Africa
1. Introduction to African Agribusiness 7
2. A country-by-country analysis of the current state of agriculture 24
3. Demand for food and the African agricultural economies 95
4. Production and trade in the major crop and animal products 101
5. Obstacles to agricultural improvement and growth 129
6. Agriculture and trade policies 142
7. Crop production strengths and weaknesses 154
8. Prices and price trends 162
9. Current foreign investment in African agriculture 176
10. New opportunities for investment 185
11. Summary and conclusions 216

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