ZMIANY ZNACZENIA ŻYWNOŚCI W TOWAROWYM HANDLU MIĘDZYNARODOWYM KRAJÓW UNII EUROPEJSKIEJ

This paper analyzes changes of importance of food in international trade in goods of the EU countries in 2001-2012. 27 member countries (except Croatia) are considered and segregated as net exporters and net importers of food and net exporters and net importers of total products. In 2012, there were 11 net exporters and 16 net importers of food and the same volume of net exporters and net importers of total products, whereas European Union as a whole was net exporter of food and net importer of total products. However, there are many net exporters of food which are net importers of all products and net importers of food which are net exporters of all products. Poland is net exporter of food with the growing surplus in food trade balance but Poland is net importer of total products. Netherlands are the first EU net exporter of food that are also a strong net exporter of total products. Germany are net importer of food with a decreasing foreign trade deficit but they are also the strongest net exporter of total products. Author underlines a weak position of Great Britain as net importer of food and of all products.


Variant title:
CHANGES OF THE IMPORTANCE OF FOOD IN THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE IN GOODS OF EUROPEAN UNION COUNTRIES
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Issue Date:
2015-02
Publication Type:
Journal Article
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/233002
Published in:
Roczniki (Annals), 2015
Number 1
Roczniki (Annals)
2015
Page range:
223-228




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