According to BusinesStat, sales of oil and fat products in the world in 2012 increased by almost 9.4% compared with 2008 and amounted to 174.3 million tons. World leaders in physical sales in 2008-2012 were China, the United States and India. In 2013-2017, global sales of oil and fat products will increase following the growing demand by an average of 2.2% per year.
In countries of the world they almost equally consume imported oil and fat products and products of their own production. The share of imported products in global sales in 2008-2012 was 51.9-53.2%.
In 2008-2012, the production of oil and fat products grew by 1.5-4.6% annually. In the production structure, the largest share belongs to vegetable oils (with the exception of sunflower oil). In 2012, 144.4 million tons of vegetable oils were produced, which accounted for 74.5% of global production. The leaders in the production of oil and fat products in the world are Indonesia, China, USA and Malaysia.
“Analysis of the oil and fat industry in the world in 2008-2012, forecast for 2013-2017” includes the most important data necessary for understanding the current market situation and assessing the prospects for its development:
• Economy and population
• Production of oil and fat products
• Sales of oil and fat products
• External and internal trade in mayonnaise
• Import and export of oil and fat products
• Foreign trade prices of oil and fat products
The review provides current data for 150 countries and a forecast for the 25 leading countries of the world market for oil and fat products: Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Great Britain, Germany, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Iran, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, Malaysia, Mexico. , Netherlands, Pakistan, Russia, USA, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Philippines, France, Japan.
The review details information on the types of oil and fat products:
• Vegetable oils, except sunflower
• Sunflower oil
• Margarines and spreads
• Animal fats and oils (except butter)
In preparing the review used statistical information from the following sources:
• United Nations Statistics Division
• Commodity Trade Statistics
• National Agencies and Compendia
• Index Mundi
• Industrial Commodity Statistics
• International Trade Center
• International Monetary Fund
• Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
• Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development
Along with the official statistics, the review contains the results of BusinesStat research:
• Analysis of open information on the market of oil and fat products
• Survey of experts in the market of oil and fat products
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