United Arab Emirates: Grain and Feed Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TC2023-0003

Strong tourism, high petroleum rents, and an accompanying economic boom in the United Arab Emirates are forecast to grow the consumptive base and drive imports of wheat and rice higher in the coming marketing year. The mollification of high prices in global grain markets is reviving plans to expand UAE poultry and dairy production, supporting higher corn and barley consumption and imports. In marketing year 2023/24, Post forecasts consumption and imports of wheat higher by 3 percent, consumption and imports of rice higher by 5 percent, and consumption and imports of corn and barley higher by 7 percent.

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