Greetings from Peru
"U.S. agricultural exports to Peru have spiked in the past year, because of
the U.S.-Peru Trade Promotion Agreement. Following the agreement, two-thirds of U.S. agricultural
products received immediate duty-free access to the Peruvian market. Our
exports as of July doubled in comparison to the same time last
year. But, we can do better and hit that $1 billion mark for U.S. agriculture
The United States and Ecuador donít have a trade agreement to help U.S.
agricultural exports skyrocket. However, there is potential for U.S.
products in Ecuador.
Both Peru and Ecuador have a growing middle class with increasing incomes
and a preference for high value foods. Secondary cities are importing high
value products in order to satisfy the growing demand from the local
population and the tourism industry.
Please join us January 31-February 3 in Lima, Peru to explore all of the
export and investment opportunities available to you."