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Record number 392703
Title Stabilisation of the grain market by the flexible use of grain for bioethanol
Author(s) Helming, J.F.M.; Pronk, A.; Woltjer, I.
Source Wageningen : LEI Wageningen UR (Report / LEI : Research area International policy ) - ISBN 9789086154296 - 62
Department(s) LEI INT BELEID - Landbouwbeleid
Centre Geo-information
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2010
Keyword(s) internationale handel - landbouwprijzen - basisproducten - voedselgranen - markten - prijsbeleid - landbouwbeleid - bioethanol - biobrandstoffen - graan - biobased economy - international trade - agricultural prices - commodities - food grains - markets - price policy - agricultural policy - biofuels - grain
Categories International Trade
Abstract This report reviews whether the grain market and grain price can be stabilised by the variation of the use of grain in the EU-27's production of bioethanol. The time horizon of this study is 2020, whereby account is taken of the minimum 10% obligation for biofuel use in the EU-27. An economic computational model was used to develop a baseline scenario and a number of alternative scenarios for 2020. The alternative scenarios assume the use of a larger or smaller quantity of grain than in the base scenario for the EU-27's production of bioethanol. This variation depends on the availability of grain as compared to the baseline scenario. The effect of this variation on the grain price is then examined.
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