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        THE CAPI PROCESSED FOOD SECTOR RESEARCH PROGRAM

PHASE 1:
Diagnosis

1. Diagnosing the trade deficit
2. Reasons for the trade deficit
3. Impacts: investments & closures

PHASE 2:
Inspiring practices

4. Case studies on success traits
5. Consumers and markets
6. Innovation insights

PHASE 3:
Competitive advantage

7. Metrics & investment scorecard
8. Implications for policy & strategy
9. Dialogues on outcomes

Financial Contributors,
In-Kind Contributors and Partners

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  PROJECT 1: DIAGNOSING THE TRADE DEFICIT

Trade Performance: Beverages

This chart provides a complete view of the in-scope beverages trade balance; imports are steadily rising and exports are generally flat. Note: fruit juices are categorized under "food products," not "beverages."
TRADE PERFORMANCE: Beverages
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beverages
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Individual HS data by chapter (MS Excel)

 

Beverages have a
$3.3 billion deficit. From 1991 to 2001, imports grew at an average annual rate of 11% while exports grew at 8%. Grape wine is the major driver of the overall 2012 trade deficit data, with a deficit of $1.7 billion. Beer was at a trade deficit of
$400 million. Combined, they account for over 60% of the trade deficit in beverages and nearly 40% of the total in-scope trade deficit under HS IV.


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