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Meat and world meat market: demand and supply balance

Дата выпуска: 7 августа 2014
Количество страниц: 100
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Subject of the research:

WORLD MEAT MARKET

 

Goal of research:

EVALUATION OF THE MARKET AND FORECAST OF ITS DEVELOPMENT FOR  2014-2016

 

Region of research:

COUNTRIES AND WORLD REGIONS

 

Main blocks of research:

GENERAL ECONOMIC PARAMETERS IN THE WORLD

TRENDS ON WORLD MEAT MARKET

FACTORS INFLUENCING MEAT MARKET

STATE REGULATIONS OF WORLD MEAT MARKET

WORLD LIVESTOCK

AGGREGATE DEMAND AND SUPPLY BALANCE ON THE WORLD MEAT MARKET

MEAT PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION IN THE WORLD

MEAT CONSUMPTION IN RF

WORLD MEAT IMPORT

WORLD MEAT EXPORT

FORECAST OF WORLD MEAT MARKET FOR 2014-2016

 

Information sources used:

FederalStateStatistics Service

Economic Development Ministry

Federal Customs Service

Federal Tax Service

Field expert evaluations

Retail sale reports

Materials of the field’s main players

Field print and electronic publications

The research contains 30 schedules, 29 diagrams, 29 tables and 2 schemes.


EXTRACTS FROM RESEARCH

CHAPTER 6. WORLD LIVESTOCK

On meat markets dependence on weather conditions generally expresses is mediated, through movement of the prices of forages and a status of pastures. However unlike the markets of crop production in unfavorable years level of meat production increases at the expense of an excess slaughter, and recession is of delayed character. Seasonal recurrence is connected to alternation of phases of sagination and slaughter. As a result of abnormally droughty years (2009-2011) indexes of cattle livestock decreased sharply. In 2009 cattle livestock in the world made ** billion 25 million animal units.

Industrial pig-breeding is developed generally in economically developed countries and countries with transitional economy. Pigs livestock breeding in developed countries is directed on meat sagination of cattle, and bacon especially. By 2013 world pigs slaughter livestock made ** million animal units that was 2% more than the parameter of 2009.

 

CHAPTER 7. AGGREGATE DEMAND AND SUPPLY BALANCE OF THE WORLD MEAT MARKET

Meat production is based on animal husbandry of several directions – cattle breeding, pig-breeding and poultry farming. The most quality meat is received by specialized sagination of meat breeds animals. During five years (2009-2013) meat production in the world increased by **% (** million tons). Growth was smooth, generally due to increase in structure of poultry and pork share. In 2013, rate of growth made **%, having held the tendency of 2012.

In world meat production structure since 2009-2013 specific weight of pork made (**%), holding the parameter at one level. Poultry ranked second, having increased the share to 35% by 2013 (*% more than in 2009). The beef share by 2013 made **,8%, for the entire period the decrease was equal to 2%. Change of production structure was affected by profitability level which decreases cattle meat, and increases poultry and pork.

 

CHAPTER 11. WORLD MEAT EXPORT

World broiler meat export by 2013 increased by **% (compared to 2009). In 2009 the world exported *,4 mln tons of chicken meat, in 2013 world export reached 10,3 mln tons of meat (11 and *% of the world production volume respectively).

In the designated five years, not only export volume increased, but also its share in poultry meat distribution structure.

The greatest rate of world export growth (7%) was marked in 2011, stimulated due to growing regional demand in Latin America (Chile and Venezuela).

The greatest volumes of broiler meat on the export market were delivered by USA and Brazil. By 2013 specific weight of both countries reduced by 4% compared to 2009, and made **,4 and **,2% respectively.

The share of such countries exporting chicken meat as EU, Thailand and China, during five years (from 2009-2013) increased ranging from ** to **%. Export growth from Thailand and China came after the termination of the bird flu epidemic in South East Asia, and cancelling of the prohibition on broiler meat import from these states.

Specific weight of the remaining countries increased from **,1 to **,6%, due to expansion of productions of poultry farming sector in Argentina, Turkey, Ukraine.


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RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

LIST OF SCHEDULES, DIAGRAMS, TABLES AND SCHEMES

1.GENERAL ECONOMIC PARAMETERS IN THE WORLD

1.1. GDP (by PPP) by countries of the world

1.2. Living standards by countries of the world

1.3. Number and density of population by regions and countries of the world

2. SUBJECT OF RESEARCH

2.1 Definition

2.2. Veterinary and sanitary standards

2.3. Classification of animal meat

2.4. Poultry meat classification

3. TRENDS ON THE WORLD MEAT MARKET

3.1. Country differentiation of goods

3.2. Change of demand for meat structure

3.3. Improvement of meat quality and environmental friendliness

3.4. Agricultural holdings creation

3.5. Extension of sales markets

3.6. Supply structure change on meat and meat products market

4. FACTORS INFLUENCING MEAT MARKET

4.1. Feed supplies

4.2. Speed of slaughter weight achievement by animals

4.3. Periods of animals slaughter

4.4. Requirements to meat quality

4.5. Purchasing power

4.6. Russian and world producer price for meat index

4.7. Consumer and producers prices for meat index in Russia

4.8. Epidemiologic situation

4.9. Green production

5. STATE REGULATIONS OF WORLD MEAT MARKET

5.1. Veterinary and sanitary norms and standards of countries

5.2. Customs unions

5.3. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

5.4. World Trade Organization

5.5. International Office of Epizootics

6. WORLD LIVESTOCK

6.1. Cattle

Dynamics of world cattle livestock by years

Structure of cattle livestock by countries

Structure and dynamics of world cattle livestock import

Structure and dynamics of world cattle livestock export

6.2. Pigs

Dynamics of world pigs livestock by years

Structure of world pigs livestock by countries

Structure and dynamics of world pigs livestock import

Dynamics and structure of world pigs livestock export

7. AGGREGATE DEMAND AND SUPPLY BALANCE ON THE WORLD MEAT MARKET

7.1. Structure and dynamics of aggregate meat production and consumption in the world

Dynamics of world production by years

Structure of world production by types

Dynamics of world consumption by years

Structure of world consumption by types

7.2. Structure and dynamics of world meat import and export

Dynamics of world import by years

Structure of world import by types

Dynamics of world export by years

Structure of world export by types 

8. MEAT PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION IN THE WORLD

8.1. Beef

Dynamics of beef production and consumption by years

Beef production structure by countries

Beef consumption structure by countries

8.2. Pork

Dynamics of pork production and consumption by years

Pork production structure by countries

Pork consumption structure by countries

8.3. Poultry meat

Dynamics of poultry meat production and consumption by years

Poultry meat production structure by countries

Poultry meat consumption structure by countries

8.4. Turkey meat

Dynamics of turkey meat production and consumption by years

Turkey meat production structure by countries

Turkey meat consumption structure by countries

9. MEAT CONSUMPTION IN RF

9.1. Beef consumption

9.2. Pork consumption

9.3. Poultry meat consumption

9.4. Turkey meat consumption

9.5. Meat consumption structure by types in RF

9.6. Meat consumption structure dynamics in RF by types

10. WORLD MEAT IMPORT

10.1. Beef

Beef import dynamics by years

Beef import structure by countries

10.2. Pork

Pork import dynamics by years

Pork import structure by countries

10.3. Poultry meat

Poultry meat import dynamics by years

Poultry meat import structure by countries

10.4. Turkey meat

Turkey meat import dynamics by years

Turkey meat import structure by countries 

11. WORLD MEAT EXPORT

11.1. Beef

Beef export dynamics by years

Beef export structure by countries 

11.2. Pork

Pork export dynamics by years

Pork export structure by countries

11.3. Poultry meat

Poultry meat export dynamics by years

Poultry meat export structure by countries 

11.4. Turkey meat

Turkey meat export dynamics by years

Turkey meat export structure by countries

12. FORECAST OF WORLD MEAT MARKET FOR 2014‑2016

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