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Marketing Intelligence and Statistics

Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS): The Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) is a G20 initiative to enhance food market transparency and encourage coordination of policy action in response to market uncertainty. The initial focus of AMIS is on four grains that are particularly important in international food markets, namely wheat, maize, rice and soybeans. AMIS seeks to strengthen collaboration and dialogue among main producing, exporting and importing countries.  Refer to

Amberwood: Amberwood Trading Ltd is a firm of commodity brokers with offices in Fortaleza, Rotterdam and Ho Chi Minh City specializing in the brokerage of edible nuts, spices, animal feeds and various other commodities. Refer to

CBI Market Information: The CBI Market Intelligence Portfolio provides up-to-date EU market insights for 23 sectors concerning the trends, competitive field, trade channel and requirements. It is a valuable source of intelligence for exporters to prepare and maintain their export marketing activities. Refer to

CBS: Statistics Netherlands is responsible for collecting and processing data in order to publish statistics to be used in practice, by policymakers and for scientific research. In addition to its responsibility for (official) national statistics, Statistics Netherlands also has the task of producing European (community) statistics. Refer to

Datamonitor: The Datamonitor Group is a world-leading provider of premium global business information, delivering independent data, analysis and opinion across the Automotive, Consumer Packaged Goods, Energy & Sustainability, Financial Services, Logistics & Express, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare and Retail industries. Refer to

Economic Intelligence Unit: The Economist Intelligence Unit helps business leaders prepare for opportunity, empowering them to act with confidence when making strategic decisions. EIU provides forecasting and advisory services to inform entrepreneurs, financiers and government figures around the world. They work with analysts with economic, political and business. They operate in virtually every country and cover every developed and emerging market. EIU operates as an independent business within The Economist Group. Refer to

Eurostat: Eurostat is the statistical office of the European Union situated in Luxembourg. Its task is to provide the European Union with statistics at European level that enable comparisons between countries and regions. Refer to

ITC Trademap: Trade Map provides users with indicators on export performance, international demand, alternative markets and the role of competitors. Trade Map covers 220 countries and territories and 5300 products of the Harmonized System.  Trade data is also available at the tariff line level for more than 150 countries.

OECD.StatExtracts: The website is easy to use and companies are able to browse by more than twenty themes. For example, the Globalisation theme includes statistical information on the activity of multinationals, foreign direct investment, trade indicators, trade in intermediate goods and services and trade by enterprise characteristics. The International Trade and Balance of Payments is where the information on trade in services can be found as well as International Trade by Commodity Statistics (ITCS), Monthly Statistics of International Trade (MSIT) and Balance of Payments (BOP). Refer to

Organic Eprints: Organic Eprints is an international open access archive for papers and projects related to research in organic food and farming. The archive contains full-text papers in electronic form together with bibliographic information, abstracts and other metadata. It also offers information on organisations, projects and facilities in the context of organic farming research. Refer to

Sugaronline: Sugaronline has constantly updated information on all aspects of the value chain, from production, processing and refining to shipping, along with the latest changes in national and international policy, science and technology. It also offers recruitment services, brokerage, an online directory of suppliers and advertising services enabling your business to reach out to the sugar industry. Refer to

The Public Ledger: is the online home of Agra Informa, leading information specialists on soft commodities, agriculture and food policy, markets and trade. Refer to

United Nations Commodity Trade Statistics Database: Has more than 1.75 billion trade records dating back as far as 1962. You are able to obtain very detailed trade merchandise statistics on import, export, re-import and re-export by commodity, year, country and classification. Once statistics are generated, you able to easily modify the section, view graphs and maps and the explanatory notes include details on the reporter, classification, currency and conversion factor, trade system, valuation and partner. Research can be directly downloaded into Microsoft excel, SDMX or in a directly printable format. Refer to