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A study of the effects of United Kingdom government possible alternative policies on New Zealand lamb receipts
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1973)
New Zealand depends heavily on the United Kingdom as an outlet for its lamb. At present (December 1972), the United Kingdom is preparing to join the European Economic Community. Although there is no common European policy ...
Marketing margins for New Zealand lamb and for all lamb and mutton in the United Kingdom
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1970-07)
The marketing margin is a general term used to cover all the multitude of costs and profit margins which make up the difference between the price paid for lamb by consumers in retail markets, and the price at some earlier ...
A review of the world sheepmeat market: The E E C (10)
(Lincoln College. Agricultural and Economics Research Unit., 1981-12)
Patterns of production, consumption and trade in the EEC vary widely among the ten members. The U. K. and France are major consumers of sheepmeat, followed by Ireland, Italy, Germany and Greece. In the other States ...
An econometric study of wholesale meat prices in the United Kingdom
(Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1968)
Despite the drive to develop new markets for New Zealand’s meat exports, the United Kingdom still remains the most important single market by far. Over the five year period 1962/3 to 1966/7, meat provided about 27% of New ...
Marketing institutions for New Zealand sheepmeats
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit, 1983-09)
This paper has been prepared in recognition of the fact that there is little available information, or research about the most suitable form of marketing institution, which might lead to the development of an appropriate ...