The Dairy World – Twenty-Five Years Of Change, 1985–2010
Papers presented at the Conference of Commission C held in Sandton (South Africa), 23 October 1996
The world of international trade in dairy products has changed a great deal in recent years. With the liberalization of trade that is expected as a result of implementing the GATT Uruguay Round and establishing the World Trade Organization, further far-reaching changes can be foreseen. The papers presented here review aspects of dairy policy and dairy product markets in the global context, looking both to the immediate past and to the foreseeable future.
The Dairy Industry in Southern Africa and Specifically South Africa
by M.N. Hermann (South Africa)
Southern Africa is a region which is very diverse in population and levels of wealth. The survey presented here shows there is plenty of potential for milk and milk products but there may be dangers if the market is completely uncontrolled.