ANALYSIS POSITIONING MANAGEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVALS
BASED ON PIERRE BOURDIEU’S THEORY
Journal: Advanced Management Science (AMS)
Author: Jing Xu*, Yuanshan Chang
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Limited natural resources, rising production costs, and growing demand for food require expanding imports of meat products and increasing domestic supply. It is an inevitable trend for China to expand its imports of animal products from the United States. A more open and transparent trade in China’s livestock products is of positive significance to protecting food safety and reducing prices of livestock products. Through the comparison of production and trade between China and the United States, this article analyzes the U.S. policy support for Sino-U.S. animal husbandry trade. The scale of animal husbandry production in China has been growing, but the overall level is lower than that of developed countries. High production cost and weak anti-risk ability. With the deepening of the opening of the animal product market and the gradual integration of domestic and foreign markets, the competition between the United States’ imports of low-cost livestock products and China’s domestic animal products will intensify.