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Literary usage of Pigmeat
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1. Oecd Review of Agricultural Policies by OECD. (2006)
"pigmeat: Percentage PSEs, producer and reference prices ZAR/t 20000 Border price Domestic price % PSE (right scale) 15000 10000 5000 0 -5000 -10000 1994 ..."
2. Livestock Products in the Third World: Past Trends and Projections to 1990 by J. S. Sarma, Patrick Yeung (1985)
"pigmeat gained by a little less than 1 percent, rising to 32 percent of the total ... The rising shares of pigmeat and poultry meat are the result of faster ..."
3. Agricultural Policies in OECD Countries: Monitoring and Evaluation 2005 by OECD Staff (2005)
"pigmeat production in NMS is expected to stabilize and then increase over the ... pigmeat consumption levels in NMS and the EU15 are comparable: pigmeat ..."
4. Global Food Projections to 2020: Implications for Investment by Mark W. Rosegrant, Mercedita Agcaoili-Sombilla, Nicostrato D. Perez (1995)
"Higher incomes that result from trade liberalization will lead to higher demand for pigmeat (compared with baseline results) in many developing countries, ..."
5. Review of Agricultural Policies: Bulgaria by Centre for Co-operation with Non-members (2000)
"pigmeat pigmeat is the most important livestock product in Bulgaria, representing about 30% of the total value of livestock production and 13% of the total ..."
6. The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture and Processed Agricultural Products by Eirkur Einarsson, Joanna Hewitt (1997)
"Meat and meat products Bovine meat accounts for the largest share of OECD meat trade by far, while the share of pigmeat and poultry has been increasing. ..."
7. Economic Reform in Europe and the Former Soviet Union: Implications for by Rod Tyers (1994)
"The World Bank () finds that the overspending on pigmeat was 90 percent and that on poultry meat 70 percent.2° This overall picture, summarized in Table 7, ..."