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A limited supply of properties and a strong interest from tax-driven investors are keeping valuations firm, according to Strutt & Parker.
Despite its emergence as a manufacturing champion, the subcontinent’s farmers still account for a sizeable share of electricity consumption. We explore why in a couple of charts.
Low interest and strong crop yields are prompting US farmers to borrow ever more. Are they still solvable? Here is our answer in two charts.
US corn acreage remains concentrated in the Midwest, but its use as input for food and fuel has widened its appeal among states. Our interactive maps take stock of maize democratization since the start of the millennium.
In recent years, the growth of global avocado consumption has outpaced production. We take a look at who's trying to fill the gap.
The EU’s farmland sector has grown more concentrated in recent years. But only parts of the continent seem to have followed this trend, with emerging Eastern European powers challenging their Western peers, our interactive map shows.
Irrigation experienced a boom Down Under until the 1990s, then started to plateau. As one of the country’s largest irrigated farms goes up for sale, we look at the sector’s financial performance over the past decade.
Since the start of the millennium, farmed fish has grown from a quarter to nearly half of all aquatic animals produced. One region accounts for most of the boom, our interactive chart shows.
Record entitlement prices Down Under come after wild swings over the last decade, as our interactive chart indicates. We analyze whether investors should take heart in the recent recovery.
While farmer subsidies have decreased across OECD countries, South American governments have gone from taxing their agricultural sector to providing net levels of support. But the picture varies widely across the region.
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