Camel Live Export Supply Chain and Benefit Cost Analysis

Project Code:  W.LIV.0179

Year Published: 2014

This report was undertaken in order to determine the economic feasibility of a live camel export trade in Australia. The report provides an analysis of the supply chain requirements, an economic benefit cost analysis for the period 2013 to 2033 and an assessment of the regulatory requirements of the trade, including ESCAS. The report also identifies areas and strategies which could support the economic success of an Australian live camel export trade. 

This report was undertaken in order to determine the economic feasibility of a live camel export trade in Australia. The report provides an analysis of the supply chain requirements, an economic benefit cost analysis for the period 2013 to 2033 and an assessment of the regulatory requirements of the trade, including ESCAS. The report also identifies areas and strategies which could support the economic success of an Australian live camel export trade. 

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The Australian Livestock Export Industry

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