Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outlook No. (LDPM-102-01) 20 pp

December 2002

U.S.-Mexico Broiler Trade: A Bird's Eye View

This study examines sanitary requirements and regulations currently governing the U.S.-Mexico broiler trade. A sensitivity analysis, using a cost-minimization mathematical programming model, detects minimal economic impact on the U.S. broiler market if Mexico is allowed to ship fresh, chilled, and frozen poultry to the United States.

Keywords: United States, Mexico, poultry, broiler, trade, sanitary and phytosanitary regulations, SPS, sanitary measures, nontariff trade barriers, NTBs, trade barriers, North American Free Trade Agreement, NAFTA, white meat, dark meat, mechanically deboned meat

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