Dairy imports and import policy in Mali and their implications for the dairy sector in the Bamako area
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Discusses the economic relationship among supply, demand and imports of dairy products in the Bamako area focussing on the influence of government policy on dairy imports. Includes a brief description of production, consumption & trade patterns; the policy measures affecting dairy imports; factors influencing the development of consumption, production & import; and a calculation of economic effects of dairy imports & related policies. Also discusses the role of the dairy plant ULB (Union Laitiere de Bamako) focussing on ULB's price and marketing policy and its economic and financial situation.