Russian food and agricultural import ban: The impact on the domestic market for cattle, pork and poultry
Oleksandr Perekhozhuk () and
No 269555, IAMO Discussion Papers from Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO)
This study analyses the impact of the Russian food and agricultural import ban on import of meat, the structural changes of trade pattern and reallocation of import flows of meat and meat products, and the price development in the import market and its impact on producers and consumers market for cattle, pork and poultry meat in the Russian Federation (RF). There is empirical evidence that the collapse of meat exports to Russia and, hence, the increase of meat prices happened even long before the import ban was introduced. The structure of Russian import market for meat has significantly changed. Brazil became the largest meat exporter in the Russian meat import market achieving market share in the total meat import of the RF almost 50% in 2015-2016. The structural changes of the Russian import market suggests that the beef and pork exporters are not price-takers on the one hand. On the other hand, they may be able to discriminate prices in the Russian import markets.
Keywords: Demand and Price Analysis; International Relations/Trade (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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