Models of consumption and competition in the world food market

Bocharova, Yulia and Бочарова, Юлія Геннадіївна (2015) Models of consumption and competition in the world food market. Науковий вісник Ужгородського національного університету (3). pp. 38-43. ISSN 2413-3960

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Abstract

In the article the necessity of studying and analyzing global food market’s consumption patterns and competition was proved. It was found that: 1) the largest food importers in the world are developed countries – they accounted for an average of 60% of world food imports – 725 billion dollars. annually; 2) the main importers of food in the world are EU, US, China, Japan, Russia, Canada, Korea, Mexico, India, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates (on average, these countries account for nearly 80% of world food imports); 3) the global market of food consumers is characterized by a high level of concentration, by high level of monopolization (monopoly); 4) the world’s population shows steady and strong demand on fruit and vegetables, meat, grain, fish; commodity structure of food imports, respectively, and the demand for different food products varies greatly depending on the countries group – between developed and developing countries – developed countries show a significant demand and, accordingly, are the world’s largest importer of fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, milk and dairy products, sugar, tropical beverages; while the developing countries – cereal, vegetable oils and animal fats, oilseeds

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: competition, food, world food market, production, exports, imports
Subjects: Research materials > Journal articles > Economics
Research materials > Journal articles
Divisions: Educational and Scientific Institute of Economics, Management and Administration > Department of Economics and International Economic Relations
Depositing User: Адміністратор репозиторію
Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2018 07:37
Last Modified: 18 Jul 2019 10:07
URI: http://elibrary.donnuet.edu.ua/id/eprint/1030

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