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The paper investigates the key insights of European Union member states agri-food export and import structures and main competitors in the internal and global agri-food markets in terms of geographical distributions and product coverage

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The results iindicate that the EU-27 member states realised the highest, but lately deteriorating, global export shares for dairy products, relatively/ more or less stable export shares for meat products, and declining export shares for fruit and vegetables and grains. Among these four groups of agri-food products the lowest export shares went with grain products.

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This page is a summary of: European Union countries agri-food trade structures and main competitors on the internal and global agri-food markets, Ekonomika poljoprivrede, January 2019, Centre for Evaluation in Education and Science (CEON/CEES), DOI: 10.5937/ekopolj1902635b.
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