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Infographic: Historic drought in Argentina reduces crops and raises food security risk

  • Author
  • Asim Anand    Samyak Pandey    Sampad Nandy
  • Commodity
  • Agriculture
  • Topic
  • Food Security Infographics

Argentina, one of the world's top agricultural suppliers, has endured a severe drought since 2022. The South American country exports corn, wheat, soybeans, soybean meal and oil to Africa and Asia. However, with a significant dip in Argentina's domestic production amid historic drought, a crucial supply line to global food security has been curtailed.

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Non-Export = Consumption + Ending Stocks

Wheat MY 2022-23: (Dec 2022-Nov 2023)

Soybean MY 2022-23: (April 2023-March 2024)

Soybean Meal MY 2022-23: (May 2023-April 2024)

Soybean Oil MY 2022-23: (May 2023-April 2024)

Corn MY 2022-23: (April 2023-March 2024)