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Title: Zmiany strukturalne w sektorze wieprzowiny w wybranych krajach Unii Europejskiej
Other Titles: STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE PIGMEAT SECTOR IN SELECTED EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
Authors: Stępień, Sebastian
Keywords: pork sector
supply
European Union
structural changes
Issue Date: 2014
Series/Report no.: 1(31)
Abstract: The aim of this article was to determine the structural changes in the pigmeat sector in the European Union and the analysis covered mainly EU countries with the largest share in the production of this kind of meat. Assessment of the current situation of the industry in terms of supply was made. Moreover, data on the scale of breeding in pig farms in selected countries were indicated, including also the previous years. On this background, the indicators of production and economic efficiency were shown. The information contained in the publication allowed to draw conclusions about the process of restructuring the sector. The main conclusions of publication indicated that the geographic structure of pork supply, as well as the concentration of pigs herd in selected EU countries is changing. The article uses the source materials of the European Commission, the Central Statistical Office, U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Eurostat database.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/254017
Institution/Association: Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development>2014, Issue 1 (31)
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