Published at: 2016-07-12 11:12 | Author: report
Average farmland values around the globe increased by 6.6 percent over the past five years, according to a recently published Savills report titled “Global Farmland Index”.
At a regional level, Central Europe reported the most significant annualized growth of 20.4 percent since 2002 followed by Poland with 18.2 percent. Technological advances in soybean production, particularly in Argentina, contributed to the annualized growth across South America of 17.5 percent since 2002, but more recent output price pressure has led to a fall of 9.7 percent in annualized growth since 2012.

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