The G20 has set up the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) to collect and publish food price data.
What does AMIS stand for?
AMIS stands for Agricultural Market Information System (Bulgaria)
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We have 87 other meanings of AMIS in our Acronym Attic
- Association contres les Maladies Infantiles Rénales
- Advanced Multi-Modal Intelligence for Remote Assistance (EU part funded research project)
- Australian Mineral Industry Research Association
- Areas of More Intensive Rural Development (Washington)
- Advanced Multi-Role Infrared Sensor
- Accounting Management Information System
- Acquisition Management Information System
- Advanced Management Information System
- Advanced Meteorological Information System
- African Union Mission in Sudan
- Agriculture Market Information Service (Pakistan government)
- Air Movement Identification Service
- Air Movements Information Section
- Airborne Measurement Instrument
- American Musical Instrument Society (est. 1971)
- Amistad National Recreation Area (US National Park Service)
- Application Modular Integrated Sensor
- Army Management Information System
- Army Management Integration Subgroup
- Asociación Mexicana de Instituciones de Seguros (Mexican Insurers’ Association)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Important advances have already been made in governance, the Director-General said, citing the reform of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) the most inclusive intergovernmental platform on food security and nutrition; the establishment by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon of the High Level Task Force on Global Food Security; and the creation last year by the G20 of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) to ensure improved international coordination, information and market transparency.
Noting the important contribution of greater transparency and effective food market monitoring to reducing food price volatility, we welcome the progress made in implementing the Asia-Pacific Food Security Information Platform (APIP) and therefore support cooperation between APIP, the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) and the Rapid Response Forum, launched by the G20.