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Both for Hungarian and Polish cattle and beef production important to utilize non-EU markets because both countries are net exporter and cannot sell all products on inner and EU markets. In this paper we aimed to examine trends of Hungarian and Polish cattle and beef export to non-EU markets between 2002 and 2015. Primary we established that both studied countries have the same non-EU target markets with the highest importance of Turkey and Russia. During the examined period several changes were resulted for example the decrease of Turkish market and the Russian embargo. The Russian market for Hungary and the Turkish market for Poland afford a higher export price and higher purchasing power than all other non-EU trade-partners accordingly the trade to these countries was the highest between 2002 and 2015. Additionally also important Hungarian and Polish target markets are Belarus, Ukraine and Croatia (EU member only since 2013) but price level for these countries were varying in the studied period in case of both origin countries. By these reasons both Hungary and Poland have difficulties to maintain cattle and beef markets in partner countries according to Herfindahl Hirsmann index.

Keywords: eexport ; trade balance ; average price

Other Titles: RYNEK ZAGRANICZNY BYDŁA I WOŁOWINY POLSKI I WĘGIER POZA UNIĘ EUROPEJSKĄ

Subject(s): Agribusiness

Issue Date: May 09 2017

Publication Type: Journal Article

ISSN: 1508-3535

Language: English Published in: Roczniki (Annals), 2016, Number 5

Record appears in: Polish Association of Agricultural Economists and Agribusiness - Stowarzyszenie Ekonomistów Rolnictwa i Agrobiznesu (SERiA) > Roczniki (Annals)





Autor: Mészáros, Kornélia ; Lencsés, Enikő

Fuente: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/257609?ln=en







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