Record nummer 2168417
Titel Financial value-chain analysis : tuna, shrimp, soy and beef
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Arie Pieter van Duijn, Rik Beukers, Roberta B. Cowan, Lucas Judge, Willem van der Pijl, Indra Römgens, Fleur Scheele, Tim Steinweg
Auteur(s) Duijn, Arie Pieter van ; Beukers, Rik ; Cowan, Roberta B.. ; Judge, Lucas ; Pijl, Willem van der ; Römgens, Indra ; Scheele, Fleur ; Steinweg, Tim
Uitgever The Hague : LEI Wageningen UR
Jaar van uitgave 2016
Pagina's 1 online resource (PDF, 49 pages) illustrations
Titel van reeks Brochure / LEI Wageningen UR (2016-029)
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Trefwoorden (cab) ketenmanagement / agro-industriële ketens / basisproducten / marketing voor de detailhandel / financiën / tonijn / garnalen / glycine (fabaceae) / rundvlees / wereld
Rubrieken Beheer van productieketens
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This brochure offers a detailed analysis of the financial vehicles and mechanisms that drive the expansion of production of the following four commodities: skipjack canned tuna; cultured shrimp; soy; and beef. The commodities were selected in view of their global economic importance and their potentially adverse impact on the environment. The financial sector (investors, lenders, insurers, funds, etc.) serves as a gate-keeper to capital flows that are critical in supporting companies’ expansions of operational capacity. This sector can significantly influence how these businesses exploit renewable resources. In this brochure therefore: - The supply chains for each commodity were verified by geography; - The top companies in each segment of the supply chain were identified (e.g. farmers, primary processors, etc.); and - Primary sources of financing were identified.
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