Over the previous year, the U.S. has seen pork exports hit record highs, largely due to unprecedented demand from China and the Philippines, where livestock numbers have fallen dramatically after the outbreaks of African swine fever. The U.S. is forecast to achieve a 5% growth in pork production in 2021 and exports are projected to remain high, driven by robust both domestic and foreign demand.
Despite the reduction in pork consumption in the EU and the UK, domestic producers may receive support due to growing demand from China
In 2017, the pork market in Africa expanded to X tonnes, maintaining a steady upward trend over the last ten year period. From 2007 to 2017, pork consumption rose with a CAGR of +X% per year.
Global pork consumption amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, going up by +X% against the previous year level.
Global pork exports amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, going up by +X% against the previous year level.
Global pork imports amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, ascending by +X% against the previous year level.
From 2007 to 2014, EU pork production showed positive dynamics, rising from X million tonnes in 2007 to X million tonnes in 2014. It expanded with a CAGR of +X% over the period under review. In value terms, EU pork production reached X billi
Germany continued its dominance in the global pork trade. In 2014, Germany exported X thousand tonnes of pork totaling X million USD, X% under the previous year. Its primary trading partner was Italy, where it supplied X% of its total pork exp