Ghana: Grain and Feed Annual

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Ghana’s 2018/19 rice production is forecast at 510,000 MT. Both rice and wheat consumption are expected to continue rising steadily based upon the country’s population growth and strong, renewed economic growth after several years of underperformance. MY 2018/19 imports for rice and wheat are projected at 620,000 MT and 820,000 MT, respectively. Ghana is making some gains towards increased rice production through its agricultural policy and investment, but population growth is expected to leave imports fairly stable. U.S. wheat exports to Ghana rebounded in 2016/17 to 61,000 MT after weak sales in 2015/16. Post expects U.S. exports in 2017/18 to maintain this small market share. The United States has exported only small quantities of rice to the region in recent years.

Ghana: Grain and Feed Annual

 

 

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