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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 ...
An economic assessment of the middle class and upper class market in Malaya as a potential outlet for New Zealand meat and dairy products
(Lincoln College. Agricultural Economics Research Unit., 1970)
It is only recently that the need for New Zealand to find and develop new food markets has become apparent. Up till then, her established markets, mainly the United Kingdom, have been able to absorb all the food products ...