The agriculture reports of EMIS Insights cover all major aspects of the sector, i.e. plants, livestock and fish. The plant cultivation is split into crops, legumes, fruits and vegetables. In the livestock section, we focus on cattle, pigs and poultry. Depending on the country specifics, additional focal points range from plantations to honey. We research also the enterprise structure of the sector and the effect that the prevalence of small farms or large corporations in specific subsectors has.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
Agriculture is one of the main pillars of the Colombian economy, accounting for 6.2% of the country’s GDP, 14.4% of national exports, 1.1% of total FDI inflow and 16.8% of the overall employment in 2015. Between 2010 and 2015, the gross value ...READ MORE
Agriculture generates slightly over 2% of Poland’s GDP and provides employment for a sixth of the workforce. The gross value added (GVA) of the Polish agricultural sector totalled PLN 41.59bn in 2016, edging up 0.2% from 2015. The sector ...READ MORE
Between 2010 and 2012, the production value of the agriculture, livestock and fisheries sector expanded at a CAGR of 5.7%. Thereafter, growth dropped to an annual average rate of 1.5% between 2013 and 2015. According to the Ministry of Agriculture ...READ MORE
The agricultural sector in Malaysia including forestry and fisheries contributed 8.5% to the country’s GDP in 2015. The farming population in 2015 was 1.75 million people, or 12.05% of the labour force. Industrial commodities like rubber, palm ...READ MORE
Agriculture traditionally plays an important role in Turkey’s economy generating slightly over 6% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) and providing employment for nearly a quarter of the total workforce. Agriculture is the ...READ MORE
Russia is a major agricultural producer with strong positions in the crops segment. It is the third largest wheat producer in the world and the largest barley and oats producer. The agricultural sector accounted for 4% of GDP in 2015 and its growth ...READ MORE
The Philippines is an agrarian country, with half of its population living in the rural areas and being engaged in farming. Agriculture and forestry contributed some 8.8% to the national GDP on its own, and some 10.3% if fisheries are included, ...READ MORE
India's agricultural sector is of crucial importance to the domestic economy, supplying resources for the food, textile and energy industries. As of FY2016, the sector accounted for 15% of the country's value added, providing employment to almost 60% ...READ MORE
The agricultural and fishing sector in South Korea contributed 1.97% to the country’s GDP in 2015. The farming population in Korea in 2015 was 2.6 million people, or 5.1% of the total population. The cultivation subsector provided 70% of the ...READ MORE
China is the world's largest agricultural economy, consuming and supplying more than half of the world's pork, and supplying one-third of its horticultural products, rice, and cotton and close to 20% of the world's wheat, maize, and poultry. The ...READ MORE