The agricultural sector is of crucial importance to the domestic economy in many emerging market countries. Over the past five years there has been a significant change in the agricultural industry in a lot of emerging markets. EMIS has a collection of agricultural reports which report on the agriculture, livestock, forestry, hunting and fisheries sector within the country.
Countries like China, Brazil and India are now considered to be true agricultural powers in terms of production, exports and imports.
EMIS` specialises in providing deep-level agricultural industry analysis for emerging market countries. Among our content partners are Grand View Research, Inc., MarketLine and UkrAgroConsult. Our sector reports provide a full industry analysis into the agricultural sector and report on some of the largest, dominant companies in emerging markets. We offer reports on thousands of companies in the agricultural sector in all parts of the developing world with information on their financial performance. We supplement this research with information on agriculture sector M&A deals as well as news from national, regional and industry-specific publications.
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 he world's wheat, maize, and poultry. The ...READ MORE
Agriculture is one of the key economic sectors of Mexico, accounting for 3.4% of the country’s GDP, 13.4% of formal employment and 4.6% of national exports in 2017. Moreover, the sector was one of the main driving forces of the economy in 2017, ...READ MORE
Agriculture plays an important role in the economic and rural development of Indonesia. It generates over 13% of Indonesia’s GDP and is the country’s biggest employer, providing work to a third of the labour force. The sector satisfies ...READ MORE
Argentina is one of the world's largest producers and exporters of cereals and oilseeds and it is also among the ten biggest beef and poultry meat producers on a global scale. The agriculture sector has a key socio-economic role for Argentina, ...READ MORE
In 2016, Poland’s agricultural sector including hunting, forestry and fishing accounted for 2.38% of GDP and 16% of total employment. The gross value added (GVA) of the sector reached PLN 44.23bn, up 11.6% y/y. There were 2.391mn ...READ MORE
Colombia’s agriculture, livestock, forestry, hunting and fisheries sector accounted for 6.5% of GDP in 2017 and for 17.3% of total employment in 2017. The government agricultural support programme Colombia Siembra (“Colombia Sows”), ...READ MORE
In 2016 the gross value added (GVA) of the Romanian agriculture, forestry and fishing sector reached RON 29,654.2mn and accounted for 4.34% of Romania’s total GVA and 3.89% of GDP. There were 1.726mn persons employed in the sector, which ...READ MORE
Agriculture plays an important role in the economic and rural development of Malaysia. Commercial crops such as palm oil, rubber, and cocoa are processed into higher value-added products that are the country’s main agricultural ...READ MORE
Despite having relatively small arable land area, Chile's agriculture, livestock and fisheries sector is well developed and diversified, making the country a key global player in some segments such as grapes, apples, blueberries, walnuts, ...READ MORE
Hungarian agriculture accounted for 2.1% of the EU’s agricultural output in 2016, up by 0.2 pp y/y. The agricultural sector accounted for 3.8% of the country’s total GDP and for 4.4% of the total gross value added (GVA). GVA ...READ MORE