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    Highlights on four livestock sub-sectors in Kazakhstan: Sub-sectoral cross- cutting features and issues 2010
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    These “Highlights on four Livestock sub-sectors in Kazakhstan” have been prepared by the FAO Investment Centre Division in collaboration with the Analytical Centre of Economic Policy for the Agricultural Sector (ACEPAS); a company belonging to Kaz-agroinnovation of the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) of Kazakhstan. The work has been financed entirely by FAO. The purpose of these reports is to help potential investors acquire basic knowledge about the technical features of the meat, dairy and wool sub-sectors in Kazakhstan as well of their domestic and international market positions.
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    Highlights on four livestock sub-sectors in Kazakhstan: The Poultry meat sub-sector 2010
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    The Kazakh market for poultry meat is currently valued at about USD 490 million. Per capita poultry meat consumption has displayed a generally positive trend in recent years (until 2007), in line with trends in the United States of America, the Russian Federation and many Central Asian and developing countries. This trend has been driven primarily by population growth, increase in disposable incomes, and relatively low chicken meat prices compared with other major meat types (beef, mutton and po rk).
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    Highlights on four livestock sub-sectors in Kazakhstan: Executive Summary 2010
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    The review looked at the respective supply chains covering the structure and dynamics of the production systems, the resource base, services, processing, consumption, and market position. It also provided broad indications for strategies and development options. It was based on fieldwork throughout Kazakhstan, interviews with resource persons, and review of national and international documentation. Modelling and extrapolations from statistical agencies’ data were also performed. Four two-person teams of international and national experts were recruited for the exercise, and their outputs were reviewed by FAO.

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