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000181864 245__ $$aThe interface of market access and SPS requirements: Lessons from recent ILRI research in Africa
000181864 260__ $$c2011
000181864 269__ $$a2011
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000181864 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000181864 490__ $$aLivestock Exchane Issues Brief
000181864 490__ $$aNo 15
000181864 520__ $$aILRI research shows that African countries’ export trade in live and processed animals is mainly constrained by costs of production and (scale-dependent) transactions between producer and foreign consumer. The impact of animal disease is felt more in terms of low productivity and high mortality than through costs of SPS compliance. ILRI’s in-depth whole-chain studies identified cost items and market actor behaviors that contribute to poor export performance. Costly and ineffective drug delivery systems in Somalia, high feed costs in Ethiopia, high transport costs in East Africa, and high marketing costs and lack of information in West Africa, were common culprits.
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000181864 650__ $$aAgribusiness
000181864 650__ $$aAgricultural and Food Policy
000181864 650__ $$aFood Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety
000181864 650__ $$aLivestock Production/Industries
000181864 650__ $$aMarketing
000181864 6531_ $$aSPS
000181864 6531_ $$amarket access
000181864 6531_ $$aAfrica
000181864 700__ $$aBaker, Derek
000181864 700__ $$aRich, Karl
000181864 700__ $$aGelan, Ayele
000181864 700__ $$aOkike, Acho
000181864 700__ $$aGrace, Delia
000181864 700__ $$aJabbar, Mohammad A.
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