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BMI View: We retain our generally negative outlook for Ukraine's agricultural
sector in 2016 owing to a range of concerns. All agricultural markets will be
negatively affected by the poor macroeconomic fundamentals in Ukraine. There
will be limited investment into the country over the coming quarters given the
unstable political and economic situation, which will affect agricultural
production over our forecast period. Russia's ban on imports from Ukraine will
weigh on production for the dairy and livestock industries, as Russia represents
one of Ukraine's largest agricultural export markets. Furthermore, significant
currency depreciation will limit imports, hitting input use and domestic
investment. However, we believe that Ukrainian farmers will fail to benefit from
the opportunities linked to this weaker currency due to export restrictions and
lack of resources to scale up production in the medium term.
-Corn production will decline by 18.0% in 2015/16 to reach a total value of
-We are estimating the wheat crop in 2016/17 to decline by 8.3% to reach 25.0mn
-The livestock and dairy sectors will perform poorly in 2015/16 owing to unsound