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The EC market for U.S. agricultural exports

a share analysis

by Harold A. McNitt

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Economic Research Service in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • European Economic Community countries
    • Subjects:
    • Food industry and trade -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Produce trade -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Exports -- United States -- Statistics.,
    • Food industry and trade -- European Economic Community countries -- Statistics.,
    • Produce trade -- European Economic Community countries -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesE.C. market for U.S. agricultural exports: a share analysis.
      StatementHarold A. McNitt.
      SeriesForeign agricultural economic report ;, 179
      ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD1411 .F59 no. 179, HD9004 .F59 no. 179
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 82 p. ;
      Number of Pages82
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2817120M
      LC Control Number83601961

        The timeline shows the total value of U.S. Value of U.S. agricultural imports from the European Union ; Value of U.S. agricultural imports from Guatemala   U.S. agricultural exports to Mexico reached $ billion, a six-percent gain from last year, while exports to Japan grew 12 percent, to $ billion. Rounding out the top 10 markets were the European Union ($ billion), South Korea ($ billion), Hong Kong ($4 billion), Taiwan ($ billion), Indonesia ($3 billion) and the Philippines ($2.

      EU Standards and CE Marking. Prior to exporting, U.S. manufacturers have to consider certification for the EU market. Certification is about conformity assessment in order to declare compliance with EU regulatory requirements. For the majority of exported products, compliance is visibly testified by the manufacturer through the use of CE marking. Total economic output produced by U.S. ag exports in , including $ billion in export value and an additional $ billion in other economic activity. Million Jobs Supported by U.S. agricultural exports, including , in the non-farm sector (or 70% of the total employment effect), which are required to assemble, process and.

        U.S. agricultural exports to China represent almost $20 billion annually for American farmers. China buys roughly half of the U.S. soybean exports, Missing: EC market.   Last week, USDA released U.S. agricultural export data that spanned the first ten months of Although the overall value of exports was higher for this time period compared to , there were reductions in both the value and volume of soybean exports, particularly to China. Business news articles also point to continued adjustments in global commodity markets due to the ongoing U.S.


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Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service.]. McNitt, Harold A., "The EC Market for U.S. Agricultural Exports: A Share Analysis," Foreign Agricultural Economic Report (FAER)United States Department. U.S. Agricultural Trade with Panama J Infographic looking at U.S. agricultural trade with Panama which saw $ million in agricultural exports from the U.S.

in row, China is the number one destination for U.S. agricultural products, with an estimated value of $ billion out of a total of $ billion (real dollars). Canada is the second largest market for U.S.

agricultural products with $ billion, followed by File Size: KB. Agricultural exports are an important and growing driver of the U.S. agricultural economy. While ag exports are typically talked about in broad terms, it’s important to remember 1) exports account for a different share of production for each crop 2) the size of and concentration of trade partners varies and 3) the impact of trade with Canada.

U.S. agricultural exports dropped $ billion, or about 8 percent, in fiscal to $ billion. This is the largest decline since fiscal at the height of the global recession when U.S. agricultural exports fell$ billion, or 16 percent.

The decline is attributed to lower commodity prices, erosion of U.S. Inthe value of total trade (imports plus exports) of agricultural goods between the EU and the rest of the world was EUR billion (see Figure 2). Since exports (EUR billion) were higher than imports (EUR billion) there was a trade surplus of EUR 39 billion.

With U.S. agricultural output growing faster than domestic demand for many products, U.S. farmers and agricultural firms have been relying on export markets to sustain prices and revenues.

As a result, U.S. agricultural exports grew steadily over the last two decades, reaching $ billion infrom $ billion in Agricultural markets and international trade The EU is the first trader in agricultural products of the world, both in terms of exports and imports.

Agricultural trade helps to answer possible food production shortages due to climatic or other reasons. The timeline shows the value of U.S. agricultural exports to the European Union from to The value of U.S.

agricultural exports to the European Union amounted to about billion U.S. common agricultural policy therefore supports farmers in the following ways: • Income payments provide support to farm income and remunerate farmers for delivering public goods not normally paid for by the markets, such as taking care of the countryside.

• Market measures. The European Commission canFile Size: 7MB. were a large U.S. export market in the early s. The agricultural policies in the European Community (EC), now the European Union (EU), encouraged domestic production and restricted imports. In addition, subsidized exports of EU surpluses represented increased competition for U.S.

exports. Changes in U.S. farm programs and export promotion. Canada is the No. 1 export market. Wheat exports this year are estimated at $6 billion, about the same as last year, as much of this year’s crop had already been sold when prices started to.

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Canada is the top U.S. agricultural export market ($20 billion, over half of its total global ag imports) because it buys a lot of different products.

For example, the neighbor to the north buys $9 million worth of horticultural products each year. Approximately 25 percent of U.S. corn exports go to Mexico.

And three of the top five export markets for U.S. soybeans also included China, Mexico and Japan. Top 10 U.S. export markets for soybeans, by volume. USDA-Economic Research Service (October 6, ).Missing: EC market. For this week’s post we take a step-back and look at the high-level tends in U.S.

ag exports. Ag Exports. In figure 1, the real (or inflation-adjusted) value of U.S. agricultural exports are shown from to ( = ). Total ag exports (in blue) surged from $40 billion dollars in to $ billion in Agricultural trade supports American jobs and spurs non-farm economic activity.

InU.S. agricultural exports required over one million full-time civilian jobs, includingjobs in the nonfarm sector. Each dollar of U.S. agricultural exports supported an additional $ in farm and non-farm business activity. Exports of Agricultural in the United States decreased to USD Million in March from USD Million in February of Exports of Agricultural in the United States averaged USD Million from untilreaching an all time high of USD Million in July of and a record low of USD Million in December of.

United States Exports By Category Value Year; Machinery, nuclear reactors, boilers: $B Mineral fuels, oils, distillation products: $B Electrical, electronic equipment: $B Aircraft, spacecraft.Agricultural raw materials exports (% of merchandise exports) World Bank staff estimates through the WITS platform from the Comtrade database maintained .Similarly, the EC protected some import-competing interests in sectors such as agriculture, steel, and textiles.

For the case of the United States, I. M. Destler (, 65–71) explains these policies as a result of the breakdown of the committee system in the House of Representatives, which made the U.S. political system more open to interest-Cited by: