Figure 9.1 Overall competitiveness ofthedairy sector Dairy weak average strong Growth GVA in food industry Growth Balassa index World market share growth Growth GVA/worker Growth GVA Overall EU CA CA CA AU CA CA The analysis shows clearly that in general Australia and New Zealand will profit most from liberalisation. Brazil's position doesn't improve very much. This could be caused by the fact that their world share in dairy is negligible at the moment. China's position on the world market improves also hardly in the scenarios. This is expectable since the local wealth is increasing which results in local demand increases. EU AU AU EU AU AU AU CA EUEU US NZ EU US US US US NZ US NZ 93
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