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آخرین چشم انداز بازار جهانی برای محصولات دامی از سازمان غذا و کشاورزی ملل متحد در سال 2010

International prices of most agricultural commodities have increased inrecent months, some sharply. The FAO Food Price index has gained 34 points sincethe previous Food Outlook report in June, averaging 197 points in October, only 16 points short from its peak in June 2008. The upward movements of prices wereconnected with several factors, the most important of which were a worsening ofthe outlook for crops in key producing countries, which is likely to requirelarge draw downs of stocks and result in tighter global supply and demandbalances in 2010/11. Another leading factor has been the weakening of the UnitedStates Dollar (US Dollar) from mid-September, which continues to sustain theprices of nearly all agricultural and non-agricultural traded commodities. Theincrease in international prices of food commodities, all of which accruing inthe second half of 2010, is boosting the overall food import bill in closer tothe peak reached in 2008
 

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November 2010