The World Market for Broken Rice: A 2022 Global Trade Perspective

The World Market for Broken Rice: A 2022 Global Trade Perspective

This report was created for strategic planners, international executives, and import/export managers who are concerned with the market for broken rice. With the globalization of this market, managers can no longer be contented with a local view. Nor can managers be contented with out-of-date statistics that appear several years after the fact. Professor Philip M. Parker, the Chair Professor of Management Science at INSEAD, has developed a methodology, based on macroeconomic and trade models, to estimate the market for broken rice for those countries serving the world market via exports or supplying from various countries via imports. He does so for the current year based on a variety of key historical indicators and econometric models."Broken rice" as a category is defined in this report following the definition given by the United Nations Statistics Division Classification Registry using the Standard International Trade Classification, Revision 3 (SITC, Rev. 3). The SITC code that defines "broken rice" is 04232.


1 METHODOLOGY
1.1 OUR APPROACH
2 THE WORLD MARKET
2.1 EXPORTS
2.1.1 THE WORLD MARKET: BROKEN RICE EXPORT SUPPLIES IN 2022
2.2 IMPORTS
2.2.1 THE WORLD MARKET: IMPORTED BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3 EXPORTS
3.1 AFRICA: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.1.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.1.2 BENIN
3.1.3 COTE D'IVOIRE
3.1.4 EGYPT
3.1.5 GHANA
3.1.6 KENYA
3.1.7 MAURITANIA
3.1.8 MAURITIUS
3.1.9 MOROCCO
3.1.10 MOZAMBIQUE
3.1.11 NIGER
3.1.12 NIGERIA
3.1.13 SENEGAL
3.1.14 SOUTH AFRICA
3.1.15 TANZANIA
3.1.16 TOGO
3.1.17 ZIMBABWE
3.2 ASIA: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.2.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.2.2 CAMBODIA
3.2.3 CHINA
3.2.4 HONG KONG
3.2.5 INDIA
3.2.6 INDONESIA
3.2.7 JAPAN
3.2.8 LAOS
3.2.9 MALAYSIA
3.2.10 MYANMAR
3.2.11 SINGAPORE
3.2.12 SOUTH KOREA
3.2.13 SRI LANKA
3.2.14 TAIWAN
3.2.15 THAILAND
3.2.16 VIETNAM
3.3 EUROPE: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.3.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.3.2 AUSTRIA
3.3.3 BELGIUM
3.3.4 BULGARIA
3.3.5 DENMARK
3.3.6 FRANCE
3.3.7 GERMANY
3.3.8 GREECE
3.3.9 ICELAND
3.3.10 IRELAND
3.3.11 ITALY
3.3.12 KAZAKHSTAN
3.3.13 MACEDONIA
3.3.14 POLAND
3.3.15 PORTUGAL
3.3.16 ROMANIA
3.3.17 RUSSIA
3.3.18 SLOVENIA
3.3.19 SPAIN
3.3.20 SWITZERLAND
3.3.21 THE NETHERLANDS
3.3.22 THE UNITED KINGDOM
3.4 LATIN AMERICA: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.4.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.4.2 ARGENTINA
3.4.3 BRAZIL
3.4.4 COSTA RICA
3.4.5 GUYANA
3.4.6 HONDURAS
3.4.7 MEXICO
3.4.8 NICARAGUA
3.4.9 PARAGUAY
3.4.10 SURINAME
3.4.11 URUGUAY
3.4.12 VENEZUELA
3.5 NORTH AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.5.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.5.2 ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA
3.5.3 CANADA
3.5.4 THE TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS
3.5.5 THE UNITED STATES
3.5.6 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
3.6 OCEANIA: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.6.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.6.2 AUSTRALIA
3.6.3 NEW ZEALAND
3.7 THE MIDDLE EAST: EXPORT SUPPLIES OF BROKEN RICE IN 2022
3.7.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
3.7.2 LEBANON
3.7.3 PAKISTAN
3.7.4 SAUDI ARABIA
3.7.5 THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
3.7.6 TURKEY
4 IMPORTS
4.1 AFRICA: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.1.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.1.2 ALGERIA
4.1.3 BENIN
4.1.4 BOTSWANA
4.1.5 BURKINA FASO
4.1.6 BURUNDI
4.1.7 CAMEROON
4.1.8 COTE D'IVOIRE
4.1.9 ETHIOPIA
4.1.10 GUINEA
4.1.11 MADAGASCAR
4.1.12 MALAWI
4.1.13 MAURITANIA
4.1.14 MAURITIUS
4.1.15 MOROCCO
4.1.16 MOZAMBIQUE
4.1.17 NAMIBIA
4.1.18 NIGER
4.1.19 NIGERIA
4.1.20 RWANDA
4.1.21 SENEGAL
4.1.22 SIERRA LEONE
4.1.23 SOUTH AFRICA
4.1.24 TANZANIA
4.1.25 THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
4.1.26 THE DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO
4.1.27 UGANDA
4.1.28 ZAMBIA
4.1.29 ZIMBABWE
4.2 ASIA: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.2.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.2.2 BRUNEI
4.2.3 CHINA
4.2.4 HONG KONG
4.2.5 INDIA
4.2.6 INDONESIA
4.2.7 JAPAN
4.2.8 MACAU
4.2.9 MALAYSIA
4.2.10 NEPAL
4.2.11 SINGAPORE
4.2.12 SOUTH KOREA
4.2.13 SRI LANKA
4.2.14 TAIWAN
4.2.15 THAILAND
4.2.16 THE PHILIPPINES
4.2.17 VIETNAM
4.3 EUROPE: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.3.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.3.2 AUSTRIA
4.3.3 BELARUS
4.3.4 BELGIUM
4.3.5 BULGARIA
4.3.6 CYPRUS
4.3.7 DENMARK
4.3.8 FINLAND
4.3.9 FRANCE
4.3.10 GERMANY
4.3.11 GREECE
4.3.12 HUNGARY
4.3.13 IRELAND
4.3.14 ITALY
4.3.15 LITHUANIA
4.3.16 LUXEMBOURG
4.3.17 MALTA
4.3.18 MOLDOVA
4.3.19 NORWAY
4.3.20 POLAND
4.3.21 PORTUGAL
4.3.22 ROMANIA
4.3.23 RUSSIA
4.3.24 SLOVAKIA
4.3.25 SPAIN
4.3.26 SWEDEN
4.3.27 SWITZERLAND
4.3.28 THE CZECH REPUBLIC
4.3.29 THE NETHERLANDS
4.3.30 THE UNITED KINGDOM
4.3.31 UKRAINE
4.4 LATIN AMERICA: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.4.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.4.2 BOLIVIA
4.4.3 BRAZIL
4.4.4 CHILE
4.4.5 EL SALVADOR
4.4.6 GUATEMALA
4.4.7 HONDURAS
4.4.8 MEXICO
4.4.9 NICARAGUA
4.4.10 PANAMA
4.4.11 PERU
4.4.12 SURINAME
4.5 NORTH AMERICA & THE CARIBBEAN: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.5.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.5.2 ARUBA
4.5.3 BARBADOS
4.5.4 BERMUDA
4.5.5 CANADA
4.5.6 JAMAICA
4.5.7 ST. LUCIA
4.5.8 THE BAHAMAS
4.5.9 THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
4.5.10 THE UNITED STATES
4.6 OCEANIA: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.6.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.6.2 AUSTRALIA
4.6.3 FIJI
4.6.4 NEW ZEALAND
4.6.5 PALAU
4.6.6 TONGA
4.7 THE MIDDLE EAST: BROKEN RICE IMPORTS IN 2022
4.7.1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
4.7.2 ARMENIA
4.7.3 AZERBAIJAN
4.7.4 BAHRAIN
4.7.5 ISRAEL
4.7.6 KUWAIT
4.7.7 LEBANON
4.7.8 OMAN
4.7.9 PAKISTAN
4.7.10 QATAR
4.7.11 TURKEY
5 DISCLAIMERS, WARRANTIES, AND USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS
5.1 DISCLAIMERS & SAFE HARBOR
5.2 ICON GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC. USER AGREEMENT PROVISIONS

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