Commodity Trade and Finance
Having discussed the main demand and supply determinants of agricultural products, and the markets for grains, we are now moving on to a set of minor agricultural commodities, which enter international trade quite frequently: coffee, sugar and cocoa. Apart from their obvious differences - in terms of production and consumption - from grains, these commodities are also special because they are almost exclusively produced in developing countries1 and are central to the economies of those countries.
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