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Joint products: the case of Japanese demand for soybean meal and oil


Oil Crops, Situation and Outlook ( OCS-33): 21-24
Joint products: the case of Japanese demand for soybean meal and oil
The soyabean market is a classic example of a single farm commodity yielding two joint products. By the nature of their joint-product characteristics, soyabeans and their products pose interesting and important problems in the area of policy analysis. Consequently, a thorough understanding of the relationship among soyabean, soyabean meal, and soyabean oil prices is an important prerequisite for assessing the effect of policy shifts on the soyabean market.


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