Southeast Asia is a vital
area for the commodities trade. The 10 countries in the
region are leading producers of goods, such as coffee, sugar, palm
oil, cocoa and rice, and their increasingly affluent people make it
a top consumer of wheat, chicken, meat, and dairy products.
With most of its economies
expanding faster than the First World, the over 500 million people
in the region make it an increasingly important market for exporters
and importers. Consider this: Malaysia and Indonesia are
biggest producers of palm oil. Vietnam is the world’s
No. 2 coffee producer. The Philippines is the world’s biggest rice
importer. Vietnam and Thailand are two of the world’s biggest rice
There is a need for critical and
accurate information about Southeast Asia’s commodity business.
Through a partnership with Informa Economics, the Southeast Asia
Commodity Digest (SACD) has launched this vital weekly market
resource publication to provide news and analyses about agricultural
commodities in the region for use by all players in the global
Each week, the SACD
covers key crop conditions, cash prices, government policies
and analyses on the major agricultural products of Southeast Asia,
making it indispensable for investors, traders and consumers. We
will also issue timely crop forecasts on major commodities.
With many news providers paying less attention to
Southeast Asian commodities, SACD
tracks developments on Malaysia’s and Indonesia’s palm
oil production, the Philippines’ rice exports, Thailand’s sugar
production and more. We examine how the latest government
policies affect decisions in the field.
SACD is the latest addition to Informa’s global market information
services portfolio. The unique, value added, and local
knowledge that these partnerships offer, when coupled with the world
renowned expertise of Informa Economics, is the best way to keep
your finger on the pulse of key markets all over the world.
For commodity players
and watchers, the Southeast Asia Commodity Digest is your best
source for news and updates on the region for the affordable price
of $1200 per year.
Take time to look at
the sample .pdf files of the SACD that we provide below:
The SACD is published on a
weekly basis 48 times per year and is accessed through the password
protected Informa Economics Report Portal. Each week we
will send you an email reminding you a new issue is available with a
direct link to the report portal.