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Internationale Getreidemärkte: Die neue Macht Russland?

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  • Glauben, Thomas
  • Pàll, Zsombor
  • Perekhozhuk, Oleksandr
  • Prehn, Sören
  • Teuber, Ramona

Russland, einstiger Nettoimporteur von Weizen, hat sich innerhalb des letzten Jahrzehnts zu einem der führenden Akteure auf dem Weltweizenmarkt entwickelt. Laut Prognose könnte Russlands Weltmarktanteil sogar noch weiter wachsen und bis 2020 könnte Russland der weltgrößte Weizenexporteur werden. Eine wichtige Frage, die sich hieraus ergibt, ist, ob Russland seine neugewonnene Marktposition dazu nutzen könnte, um Marktmacht bzw. Preisdiskriminierung auszuüben. Insbesondere für die Länder Zentralasiens und des Kaukasus könnte diese Frage von besonderer Bedeutung sein, da sich Russland in diesen Ländern auf Grund ihrer geographischen Lage nur wenigen Konkurrenten gegenüber sieht. Dieser Policy Brief geht der Frage nach, ob und in welchen Ländern russische Weizenexporteure Marktmacht ausüben.

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Paper provided by Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in its series IAMO Policy Briefs with number 6.

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Date of creation: 2012
Handle: RePEc:zbw:iamopb:6
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