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Record number 424274
Title EU meat export opportunities in the Far East
Author(s) Berkum, Siemen van
Event Paper presented at the Netherlands Embassy, Brussels, for an audience of the EU Commission, EU meat industry and staff of the Dutch Ministry of EL&I., 2012-2-29/--
Department(s) LEI INT BELEID - Internationale Handel & Markten
Publication type Unpublished lecture
Publication year 2012
Keyword(s) market research - exports - export controls - international trade - beef - sheepmeat - slaughterhouse waste - european union - east asia - korea republic - japan - taiwan - china
Categories Meat and Meat Products / Trade Sector
About The study is a quick scan of market potential of EU beef and veal meat, edible and non-edible offal of bovine animals, and of edible and non-edible ovine offal in four Far East Asian countries. The study estimates the potential EU export value of these products to these countries, based on general economic trends, meat consumption and import trends (current and expected), and interviews with agribusiness’ and traders’ representatives (exporters in the EU as well as importers in the Asian countries concerned). The estimation is featured as a first round, comparative static analysis, which implies that the quick scan does not take into account competitors’ responses to changing market conditions (e.g. demand increases, price changes, EU suppliers appearing on the market) and possible substitution effects.
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