July 1974 - 1993
The World Bank monitors major commodity markets important to the developing countries. This series offers not just the facts, but also unbiased analyses on commodities. World Bank commodity experts examine production, consumption, and factors from climate to exchange rates to give you the intelligence you need to make better decisions. This series covers such a wide range of the world's commodities with substantive yet succinct reports on: foods (bananas, beef, citrus, shrimp, and sugar; cocoa, coffee, and tea; coconut oil, palm oil, and soybean oil; maize, rice, and wheat); agricultural raw materials (cotton, jute, rubber, and timber); metals and minerals (aluminum, copper, gold, iron ore, and steel); energy resources (coal and petroleum); and fertilizers (potassium chloride, TSP, and urea).
This series is supplement to: Quarterly Review of Commodity Markets. Issues from 1974 to 1988 are classified as official use only.
Otherwise known as:
Price Forecasts for Major Primary Commodities
Quarterly Review of Commodity Markets (1989 - 1993)