Weekly Report - 22 April 2021 (WR-21-16)


MEXICO | Drought. The local economic consultancy, Grupo Consultor de Mercados Agrícolas (GCMA), warned on 18 April that the level of water reservoirs in Mexico is very low and that this is starting to affect agricultural production. There have been low levels of rainfall in Mexico since last year, a situation that has been attributed to the ‘La Niña’ climatic phenomenon. This has led to 83.9% of the country being affected by drought, according to the national water commission (Conagua).

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