The International Rice Trade

1st Edition

Authors: Julian Roche
Hardcover ISBN: 9781855730984
eBook ISBN: 9781845692841
Imprint: Woodhead Publishing
Published Date: 28th February 1993
Page Count: 240
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Written for those involved in the markets who have always found that there was never one central source on which to on for a comprehensive treatment of the international rice market. It brings together information from a wide variety of international sources, and includes discussion of the various elusive companies peripheral to the market, such as grain and freight companies. This is essential reading for all involved with international affairs in general and for governments and other agencies concerned with vital international food distribution questions as well as economists and those directly involved in the trade.

Readership

All involved with international affairs, governments, and other agencies concerned with vital international food distribution questions and economists and those directly involved in the trade

Table of Contents

Characteristics, composition and uses of rice; History of rice; Rise in the post-war world; Rice production; Rice consumption; The international rice trade; Rice prices; Rice futures markets; Rice to 2000

Details

No. of pages:
240
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Woodhead Publishing 1993
Published:
Imprint:
Woodhead Publishing
eBook ISBN:
9781845692841
Hardcover ISBN:
9781855730984

About the Author

Julian Roche

Reviews

Written for those involved in the markets who have always found that there was never one central source on which to on for a comprehensive treatment of the international rice market. It brings together information from a wide variety of international sources, and includes discussion of the various elusive companies peripheral to the market, such as grain and freight companies. This is essential reading for all involved with international affairs in general and for governments and other agencies concerned with vital international food distribution questions as well as economists and those directly involved in the trade.