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Record number 436750
Title Investment and export opportunities in a sustainable pig supply chain in China
Author(s) Hoste, R.; Hu, D.; Tolkamp, J.
Source Den Haag : LEI Wageningen UR (LEI-report : Markets & chains ) - ISBN 9789086156191 - 85
Department(s) LEI MARKT & K - Ketenprestaties
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) varkenshouderij - ketenmanagement - kennisoverdracht - sectorale ontwikkeling - agrarische economie - internationale betrekkingen - duurzaamheid (sustainability) - nederland - china - pig farming - supply chain management - knowledge transfer - sectoral development - agricultural economics - international relations - sustainability - netherlands
Categories Agricultural Sector / Pigs
Abstract Given the increasing average income of the Chinese consumer, increasing awareness of food safety and giant performance arrears there is a large need for investments in the entire pig supply chain. The Netherlands can contribute to a more sustainable Chinese pig production system, both by exporting products and investments. See Chapter 10. The Chinese government stimulates the development of large production and processing facilities, resulting in a great demand for machinery in the entire supply chain and the required knowledge for its optimal use, such as for housing techniques, animal identification systems, feed composition, meat processing techniques, logistics chain management, traceability and benchmark systems and efficiency-oriented training for managers. See Chapter 10.
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