L'évolution de la demande viande en quantité et en qualité
[eng] The development in the demand for meat both in quantity and quality . The growth in food consumption with the increase in income is tending to slow down, for the demand to which this consumption corresponds is satisfied at a certain level of income already attained in developed countries. This case of meat consumption which represents more than a third of the expenditure of a family on food. This proportion is still increasing and will reach 38 % in 1975. . The adjustment of econometric models linking the evolution of consumption and that of income and prices as they are defined by surveys and the chronological series permitting a classification of meats according to the degree in which they are affected by variations in income or prices, and to establish forecasts meat demand in 1975. . The forecast thus obtained expressed in constant currency takes into account the
Volume (Year): 85 (1970)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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