Canned Meat: World Trade, Markets and Competitors
In 2023 (pre-estimates) world trade of Canned Meat is expected to get a value of 18.8 Bn $, with a positive trend (+5.2%) compared to 2022.
Worldwide flows of Canned Meat recorded a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) in $ of +15.3% in the period 2001-2008 and of +3.6% in the period 2009-2023.
In the 2024-2027 scenario, world trade of Canned Meat is expected to have a CAGR of +7.4% in $.The report includes an analysis of 20 major importing countries of Canned Meat, as regards:
import size and evolution both in values and volumes over the period 1995-2023
import segmentation by price-ranges and evolution 2023 vs 2013
import shares and price positioning by partner countries (competitors) in 2018-2023
forecast of import values and shares by competitors up to 2027.The report also includes an analysis of 20 major exporting countries of Canned Meat, as regards:
export size and evolution both in values and volumes over the period 1995-2023
export segmentation by price-ranges and evolution 2023 vs 2013
export shares and price positioning by destination countries (markets) in 2018-2023
forecast of export values and shares by markets up to 2027.Information contained in this report is derived from the Ulisse Database , that was developed from the UN
(Comtrade), Eurostat (db Comext) and US Census Bureau (db UsaTrade) databases.
The Ulisse Database basic unit is the Annual Flow of World Trade between two partner countries for Coffee Beans (not roasted or decaffeinated).
Forecasts contained in this report have been developed by StudiaBo from the Ulisse Database and
the World Economic Outlook (WEO) database, periodically released by the International Monetary Fund.
Forecasts are the output of an integrated econometric model of demand and competitiveness, that
is based on expected macroeconomic trends and capacity of countries to compete in international
markets. They provide a robust estimate of the scenario of Coffee Beans (not roasted or decaffeinated)’s world trade.