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Journal ArticleThe southern African poultry value chain: Corporate strategies, investments and agro-industrial policies
Part of Journal Special Issue Regional Growth OpportunitiesIndustrial policy Poultry Regional integration
Journal ArticleAnalysis of the animal feed to poultry value chain in Zambia
Part of Journal Special Issue Regional Growth OpportunitiesRegional value chains southern Africa Poultry
Working PaperThe Southern African poultry value chain: Regional development versus national imperatives
This paper highlights the key strategies, both regional and domestic, that have led to the current structure of the poultry value chain in Southern Africa...Industrial policy Poultry Regional integration
Working PaperAnalysis of the animal feed to poultry value chain in Zambia
Rapid population growth, urbanization, and income growth are triggering increased demand for high-value agricultural products across Southern Africa with scope for gains from trade and regional integration...Regional value chains southern Africa Poultry
Working PaperIdentifying growth opportunities in the Southern African Development Community through regional value chains: The case of the animal feed to poultry value chain
This paper considers findings of studies analysing the development of a regional animal feed to poultry value chain in southern Africa (Botswana, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe)...Value chains southern Africa Poultry
Research BriefFood production competitiveness and regional growth in southern Africa: The animal-feed-to-poultry value chain
15-20% of local demand for poultry in South Africa is met by imports Evidence from Zambia suggests that capital investments in the value chain can increase local production Increased demand due to growing urban populations poses critical challenges f...Value chains Trade Poultry