I am fairly new to economics and doing some research, so pardon my lack of knowledge on the topic if this is a dumb question.
The main question i have is: Does an egg have the same value around the world?
Some characteristics of eggs that we can consider:
eggs can be produced anywhere by simple raising chickens
eggs are used everywhere for many different purposes
eggs are raw materials of many food, beverages, processes
So, hypothetically, if we forget about the limitations of eggs such as:
break when they fall down
vegetarians/vegans or any other diet or people with allergies can consume eggs
Then the demand for eggs would be more or less similar around the globe. People will want them for various reasons.
Would it be correct to assume that 1 egg in China (which has the leading egg production) would be worth the same as an egg in any other country?
I am talking only about the exchange of an egg for another egg in a different country. No taxes, transportation cost or anything regarding money to be considered.