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Impacts of Trade Liberalization on Dairy Industry in China

Ahmed, Wasim and Hussain, Safdar and Jafar, Rana Muhammad Sohail and Guang-Ju, Wang and Rabnawaz, Ambar and Saqib, Zulkaif Ahmed and JianZhou, Yang (2016): Impacts of Trade Liberalization on Dairy Industry in China. Published in: European Journal of Business and Management , Vol. 8, No. 7 (March 2016): pp. 36-47.

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Abstract

The aim of this review to call attention towards the impacts of exchange liberalization on the dairy industry, and these impacts are vital concerning the monetary development of a country. The focus of this literature is on certain issues of proficiency and worldwide competitiveness of the dairy segment in an open economy environment. It identifies the sensational competition raise in the dairy sector affected by China's liberalization programs, via signing trade agreements with several countries across the globe, and the execution of the World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements. It gives an outline of the WTO Agreement on Agriculture and its impacts on the dairy part. So we have concentrated on specific parts of dairy, particularly production, demand and trade policies to empower dairy holders under the worldwide competitiveness and indicators like the local asset cost proportion. China dairy production was 36 million tons during 2010, however alarmingly declined up to 26.52 million tons in 2014. The production declined had driven towards import from out of the country, in this manner strategies and agreements require certain facilitations to meet local dairy items demands in China. The impacts of duties by developed nations to lessen taxes, local support and export subsidies have been insignificant and unless these nations fundamentally diminish the exchange distorting endorsements to their dairy segment it will be troublesome for China to contend with the global market.

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