Examines the role of the Fish Marketing Organization (FMO) in wholesale fish marketing in Hong Kong. The legal requirement for fishermen their crops by the FMO, a legal monopoly on wholesale fish trading, sales and creates an artificial barrier to the emergence of a prohibitively company that vertical integration may maritime fishing and fish feed manufacturing. Despite being a monopoly, FMO recorded eight straight years of deficit from 1992 to 2000. Identifies the r … Read more »

Examines the role of the Fish Marketing Organization (FMO) in wholesale fish marketing in Hong Kong. The legal requirement for fishermen their crops by the FMO, a legal monopoly on wholesale fish trading, sales and creates an artificial barrier to the emergence of a prohibitively company that vertical integration may maritime fishing and fish feed manufacturing. Despite being a monopoly, FMO recorded eight straight years of deficit from 1992 to 2000. Identified the reasons for the inefficiency FMO. The results provide a factual basis for rethinking the future role of FMO in the supply of marine fish in Hong Kong.
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Ka-Fu Wong,
Alexandra Yiu
Source: University of Hong Kong
15 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 22, 2004. Prod #: HKU336-PDF-ENG
Wholesale fish marketing in Hong Kong HBR case solution

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