Live Export Trade Assessment
by
 
DEARDS Beth

Title
Live Export Trade Assessment

Series
Reports to clients

Publication Date
08/07/2014

Description
This publication was produced by ABARES for the 'Live Animal Exports Reform taskforce, Department of Agriculture' Overview Australia's livestock export industry has come under pressure in recent years with a number of significant changes altering the operating landscape such as import restrictions in Indonesia, our largest cattle market, as a result of the Indonesian government's self sufficiency aspirations, and interruptions to some of our largest live export markets as a result of animal welfare incidents. Growing demand from some other markets has also emerged providing opportunity for diversification of trade. This Live Export Trade Assessment presents information on the domestic and international drivers for the export of livestock for feeder or slaughter purposes and assesses the benefits to producers and to the economy in terms of export returns, farm incomes and flow-on effects such as employment

Resource URL Description
0 : Live export trade assessment - MS Word [3.0 MB]
 
1 : Live export trade assessment - PDF [3.7 MB]

Resource URL
1027310

Publisher
ABARES : Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics and Sciences : Department of Agriculture

Author
DEARDS Beth
 
LEITH Robert
 
MIFSUD Clay
 
MURRAY Caitlin
 
MARTIN Peter
 
GLEESON Trish

Right Management
Use constraints: copyright
 
Other constraints: Licence type:Copyright
 
Other constraints: All material in this publication is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia Licence, save for content supplied by third parties, logos and the Commonwealth Coat of Arms
 
Other constraints: This publication (and any material sourced from it) should be attributed as: Deards B, Leith R, Mifsud C, Murray C, Martin P & Gleeson T 2014, Live export trade assessment, ABARES report to client prepared for the Live Animal Exports Reform taskforce of the Department of Agriculture, Canberra, July. CC BY 3.0

Identifier
ISBN 978-1-74323-192-0
 
ISSN 1447-8358

Asset Name
pc_leta_d9abca20140708_11a