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Morales LE, Hoang N. Beef Marketing Margins in Some Countries in Asia-Oceania. 2012.
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Beef Marketing Margins in Some Countries in Asia-Oceania
Marketing margins in beef markets have been focus of interest to determine the factors affecting price transmissions through supply chains. Data of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, China and Malaysia from 1971 to 2008 was analysed using panel methods indicating that margins are affected by export prices, then variations in wholesale prices are captured by intermediaries in the supply chain and partially transmitted to farmers. Variations in farmer prices affect marketing margins in most countries of the region, suggesting that farmers have different degrees of negotiation power. Finally, increases in oil price decrease marketing margins, while a raise in GDP per capita increases them.