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000211845 245__ $$aاتجاهات الاسواق العالميه للقطن المصرى
000211845 246__ $$aTrends of International  Markets for Egyptian Cotton
000211845 260__ $$c2005-09
000211845 269__ $$a2005-09
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000211845 336__ $$aConference Paper/ Presentation
000211845 390__ $$aXIII Conference of Agricultural Economists, "Contemporary Issues in the Egyptian agriculture", the Egyptian Society of Agricultural Economics 28-29 September, 2005
000211845 490__ $$aXIII Conference of Agricultural Economists, "Contemporary Issues in the Egyptian agriculture", the Egyptian Society of Agricultural Economics 28-29 September, 2005
000211845 500__ $$aXIII Conference of Agricultural Economists, "Contemporary Issues in the Egyptian agriculture", the Egyptian Society of Agricultural Economics 28-29 September, 2005
000211845 520__ $$aCotton  has  been  considered  as the main cash  crop  tor the Egyptian  farmer  tow main exported  agricultural   crop  and  the main supplier  of the textile  industry  in E~-pc which has employed with  the supporting   industries  more than  one million workers  and invested 26 billion Egyptian  points  as well as bas exported  about  40%  of its output  On the other  hand  the cotton  seed  provides  cotton  seed  cake  and  meal  as the  major  feed ingredient   to  the  domestic   livestock   production   as  a  by product    of  the   edible   on extraction  The later  is currently   exported  at high price to import  much more quantities of cheaper  oil to fulfil significantly  the gap of edible  oil between  domestic  production and  consumption  In Egypt.
Even   though    such    main   crop    bas   faced   difficulties    after    the   economic liberalization   policies of the  Egyptian   market   . Rapid  increase  in costs of production associated  with shrinkage   in the cotton  acreage faced low farm  price and  retardation   In the price and quantities  exported  .
Therefore   the  study   analyzed   the  trends  of  the  international    markets   of  the Egyptian   cotton   using   some   major   indicators   over   the  period   (1990  •200)  These indicators  include  the 'Apparent    Comparative  Advantage  Rate '(ACR)  of cotton  versus
other  major  exported  agricultural    crops.   The  structure   of the Egyptian  cotton  export markets,    with special  upon  the "NAFTA,  European   Union and  Arab  league countries 'versus  the rest of the world.   The  average  rate of growth  in quantities  and  prices  were also estimates,   the rate  of stability  of the markets  as well as the stability  in the export quantities  and  prices  were  also estimated  and  compared   among  and  within  the  major market  areas .
Results  showed  that   although   cotton  is  the  major   exportable   crop,   it  is  fare
preceded   by  potato  in  terms  of  the  comparative   advantage   .The  share  of  the  three concerned  economic groups  ,i.e. NAFTA, EU and Arab  countries  is not more  than  one forth of the annual  average  total exported  quantities  over the period  ( 1990.20(3) \While the  share   of  Arab   countries   and   NAFTA  were  0.5%   and  5.8%   their   trends   were unstable.    The  share  of EU was  1807%  with  regular  annual  export  ( market  stability rate  was 100%»   Therefore,   the majority  of the demand  for the Egyptian  cotton export market  are still out of the western  Europe,  American  and  Arab  countries.  Whereas  the price  of the  Egyptian cotton   in  the  EU market   is 41 %  higher   than  its international market  price it is 8% higher  in the NAFTA  market  and  11 % less in the rest of the world market  Accordingly  the EU market,  followed by American  market,  provides  a very high comparative   advantage   for   the  Egyptian   cotton   if  the  export   promotion   program succeeds  in expanding   the  quantities   to such  regions.  Germany,   France,  Greece3  and Portugal  are the major  markets  of the Egyptian  cotton within EU . Although  the three is
an apparent   high growth  rate  in the exported  quantities  to those countries  there  are full
instability In both the export  quantities and prices to EU markets over the period {1990-2003)'s
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000211845 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000211845 650__ $$aMarketing
000211845 650__ $$aPublic Economics
000211845 6531_ $$aTrends of International  Markets for Egyptian Cotton
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000211845 700__ $$aIbrahim, Soliman
000211845 700__ $$aUwaida, Usama
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