World Beef Industry Analysed by SRI in New Cutting-edge Market Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
01 Jun 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The outlook for the world’s beef market is quite positive on the back of surging demand and tighter supplies. The majority of demand is coming from the developing nations, specifically China. The beef supplies have been scanty globally owing to droughts, increased feed costs and poor profitability of farmers. In this context, the soaring demand has kept prices high, making the beef sector a very lucrative place to operate in. As of 2014, the world’s beef production reached around 57.24 million tonnes. The USA is the dominant beef consumer and producer worldwide, with Brazil, the EU and China following in.
All the leading beef producing nations are seeking the opportunity in the Chinese beef market where local production is not capable of satisfying the demand and the country is relying greatly on imports. Canada is leading exporter of beef to China; Australia, Uruguay and New Zealand are the other major regions.
New cutting-edge study “Study of the Global Beef Market 2015” drawn up by Smart Research Insights (SRI) offers a comprehensive, insightful investigation of the beef market dynamics on a global scale with a focus on the top 8 countries. The report limelights key opportunities in the industry alongside reviewing the present-day market scenario, uncovers the emerging trends and driving factors in the marketplace. The report discusses the dominant beef producers and consumers comprising the USA, China, Brazil, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Uruguay. The latest opinions of the industry leaders are at hand in the report, as well. Data are provided for beef production, consumption, exports and imports, market shares, etc.
Study of the Global Beef Market 2015
Date: May, 2015
Price: US$ 1,200.00
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