World Cereal Supply and Distribution, Table 4

Table
In 000,000 metric tons

1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95{1}

Wheat 543 561 559 527
Coarse grains 803 863 787 866
Rice, milled 352 353 350 353
Total 1,698 1,777 1,696 1,746

Wheat 559 544 564 552
Coarse grains 806 834 830 851
Rice, milled 356 353 355 357
Total 1,721 1,731 1,749 1,759

Exports
Wheat 109 113 99 96
Coarse grains 94 90 85 86
Rice, milled 14 15 16 15
Total 218 217 200 196

Ending stocks{2}
Wheat 130 148 143 118
Coarse grains 138 167 124 139
Rice, milled 56 55 50 46
Total 323 370 317 303

Stocks as % of utilization
Wheat 23.3% 27.2% 25.3% 21.4%
Coarse grains 17.1% 20.0% 15.0% 16.3%
Rice, milled 15.6% 15.5% 14.1% 13.0%
Total 18.8% 21.4% 18.1% 17.2%

Stocks held by U.S. in %
Wheat 9.9% 9.7% 10.9% 11.9%
Coarse grains 24.7% 37.8% 22.1% 39.7%

Stocks held by EU in %
Wheat 17.5% 15.6% 11.1% 11.6%
Coarse grains 14.1% 11.6% 13.0% 7.9%

{1}Forecast.
{2}Series includes estimates of Chinese and Russian stocks. Data not available for all
countries, including parts of Eastern Europe and Asia.
Source: USDA, Foreign Agricultural Service, December 1994.

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