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According to IHS, growth is being spurred by the adoption of electronic locking devices in the mature markets of Western Europe and the U. whereas legislation and building code changes are driving growth in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Increasing use of some of the electric door locking systems is partly caused by the growing popularity of access control systems.

The OECD-FAO Agricultural Outlook 2017-2026 says that the completed replenishment of cereal stocks by 230 million metric tonnes over the past decade, combined with abundant stocks of most other commodities, should also help limit growth in world prices, which are now almost back to their levels before the 2007-08 food price crisis.

The report foresees per capita demand for food staples remaining flat, except in least developed countries.

The Asian market is also experiencing some turbulence, because of the economic slowdown in China.