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Agribusiness Indicators : Ethiopia

ACTUAL YIELDS AGRIBUSINESS AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES AGRICULTURAL CREDIT AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURAL ENTERPRISE AGRICULTURAL EXPORT AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS AGRICULTURAL INPUT AGRICULTURAL INPUTS AGRICULTURAL INVESTMENT AGRICULTURAL MARKETS AGRICULTURAL POLICIES AGRICULTURAL PRACTICES AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR AGRICULTURAL TRADE AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION AGRICULTURAL VALUE AGRICULTURAL ZONES AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION AGRICULTURE RESEARCH AGRICULTURE SECTOR ARABLE LAND AVERAGE YIELDS BARLEY BEANS BREEDER SEED BREEDING CAPITAL GOODS CEREALS CERTIFIED SEED CHEMICAL FERTILIZER CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS CHEMICAL INPUTS CLIMATE CLIMATES COCOA COFFEE COFFEE FARMERS COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURE COMMERCIAL BANK COMMERCIAL BANKS COMMERCIAL FERTILIZER COMMERCIAL SEED COMMERCIAL SEED SECTOR COMMODITY COOPERATIVES COTTON CROP CROP AGRICULTURE CROP AREA CROP CATEGORY CROP INSURANCE CROP INSURANCE SCHEME CROP LAND CROP PRODUCTION CROP YIELDS CROPLAND CROPPING CROPPING SEASONS CROPS CROWDING OUT CULTIVAR CULTIVATION DAIRY FARMS DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS DIVIDENDS ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS ECOLOGICAL ZONES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH EFFECTIVE DEMAND EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE EQUIPMENT EXPORT CROPS EXTENSION FAO FARM FARM ACTIVITIES FARM WORK FARMER FARMER COOPERATIVES FARMERS FARMING FARMS FERTILIZER FERTILIZER APPLICATION FERTILIZER COST FERTILIZER INDUSTRY FERTILIZER SUBSIDIES FERTILIZER SUBSIDY FERTILIZER USE FERTILIZERS FOOD CROPS FOOD INSECURITY FOOD POLICY FOOD POLICY RESEARCH FOOD SECURITY FORESTRY FOUNDATION SEED GENDER GENETIC RESOURCES GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GRAIN GRAIN PRODUCTION GRAINS GROWTH IN AGRICULTURE HERBICIDES HORTICULTURAL CROPS HUNGER HYBRID MAIZE HYBRID SEED HYBRID SEED INDUSTRY HYBRID SEEDS HYBRIDS IFAD IFPRI INCOME GENERATION INCOMES INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE INTERNATIONAL FUND FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IRRIGATION LAND DEGRADATION LIVESTOCK LIVESTOCK SECTOR LOW INCOME MAIZE MAIZE PRODUCTION MARKET DISTORTIONS MOA NATURAL RESOURCES NGOS NOMINAL INTEREST RATES OIL OIL SEEDS OILSEEDS PARENTAL LINES PERENNIAL CROPS PESTICIDES PLANT BREEDERS PLANT PROTECTION PLANT QUARANTINE PLANTING PLOWING POLICY MAKERS POTENTIAL YIELDS POULTRY POVERTY REDUCTION PRICE CEILINGS PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATE SEED COMPANIES PRODUCE PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH PUBLIC SEED ENTERPRISES PULSES RAW MATERIALS REGIONAL AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH RESEARCH CENTERS RURAL DEVELOPMENT RURAL POPULATION RURAL ROADS SEED SEED COMPANIES SEED COMPANY SEED ENTERPRISE SEED ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT SEED ENTERPRISES SEED INDUSTRY SEED LAWS SEED MARKETING SEED MULTIPLICATION SEED PRODUCERS SEED PRODUCTION SEED REGULATION SEED SYSTEM SEED TESTING SEEDS SMALL-SCALE FARMERS SMALL-SCALE PRODUCERS SOIL FERTILITY SORGHUM STREAMS SUBSISTENCE AGRICULTURE SUGAR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TEA TOBACCO TOMATOES TRANSACTION COSTS UNDP UNITED NATIONS UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT USAID WHEAT WHEAT FLOUR WOMEN FARMERS WOOD
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2017-05-09T20:02:24Z | 2017-05-09T20:02:24Z | 2012-04

Because agriculture is the economic backbone of most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, including Ethiopia, any meaningful sustainable development program in the continent must therefore be anchored in the sector. The concept for this study on agribusiness indicators was based on the vital role that agribusiness plays in agricultural development. The study focuses on agribusiness indicators (ABI) to identify and isolate the determining factors that lead private investors and other stakeholders to participate in agribusiness and to engage in discourse regarding its development. A more thorough empirical understanding of these determinants in turn can usefully inform the types of policy reforms that can promote agribusiness in Africa. In Ethiopia, the ABI team focused on the following success factors: a) access to critical factors of production of certified hybrid seeds, fertilizer, and mechanical input; b) enabling environment in terms of access of credit and transportation; and c) government expenditures on agriculture, and trade and regulatory policies that currently influence the agribusiness environment. The factors and indicators that the research team has included in this study are not exhaustive but rather are intended to serve as a pilot that could be scaled up to include more variables and countries. The findings of the study revealed the dominant role of the government in the seed and fertilizer markets. In the seed sub-sector, perennial shortages of both basic and certified seeds have greatly limited agricultural productivity in Ethiopia.

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