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Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2021, 2(3); doi: 10.38007/AJAS.2021.020305.

Formation Mechanism of Pig Price Index and the Market Analysis of National Trade


Yan Pang

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Yan Pang

Kunming University, Yunnan, China


Pig price is closely related to the national life of China. Pig trade occupies an important position in China's market trade. At the present stage, research shows that the behavior of breeding subjects will have a certain impact on the formation of pig price index. Based on this, it is of great significance to explore the formation mechanism of pig price index and the market situation of China's pig trade. The purpose of this paper is to explore concrete measures to stabilize the hog price by analyzing the formation mechanism of the hog price index and the market situation of national trade. This paper first analyzes the behavior of the main body of farming and the influencing factors of pig price, and then carries on the inquiry experiment of pork price by means of field investigation and data analysis. This paper makes an in-depth analysis on the specific formation mechanism of China's pig price index and the national trade pig market, and puts forward the specific strategies to stabilize the pig price. The experimental results show that the behavior of breeding subjects has a profound impact on the formation mechanism of the pig price index. In addition, the import quantity of pigs in China from 2014 to 2019 keeps rising, gradually rising from 31.24% in 2014 to 36.72%. The proportion of pig exports has been declining, from 45.12% in 2014 to 38.13% in 2019. In general, China's pig trade in the world is not optimistic.


Breeding Subject Behavior, Pig Price, Formation Mechanism, Countries Trade

Cite This Paper

Yan Pang. Formation Mechanism of Pig Price Index and the Market Analysis of National Trade. Academic Journal of Agricultural Sciences (2021), Vol. 2, Issue. 3: 55-65. https://doi.org/10.38007/AJAS.2021.020305.


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