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The Cross-Strait Seafood Market Co-Optivie Relationship on the Impacts of Taiwan Fishery Industry Management
Sea Food market；Co-opetition Relationship；Fishery Development
|Issue Date: ||2016-10-14T06:47:04Z
Abstract:China has a comparative advantage in producing aquaculture products because of its low production cost and the availability of land suitable for aquaculture. This study examines trends in fishery development and the competitiveness of Taiwan and China in the international seafood markets.Taiwan’s fisheries generally are at a disadvantage since their producers must use higher priced inputs in their production. The main foreign competitor of Taiwanese fisheries in the world market is China. Thus, seafood export data from China and Taiwan were analyzed to provide their international competition ability.This project aims to use data of? seafood industry, using of cross dependent surveillance targets, export market share (EMS)??relative position (RP)? and other competitiveness indicators to measure the cross-strait relations aquatic competing. In addition to understanding the structure of cross-strait aquatic production, import and export of the current situation and problems, and thus can understand the cross-strait economic and trade exchanges on fish in marine products, competitive or cooperative association to help develop the Chinese market, China＆apos;s aquatic products to meet their needs; results may recommend to the future of Taiwan cross-strait policy and develop fisheries production and marketing related strategies.
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