Volume VIII, No 6
- After Devaluation, Mexico Poised for
Just under two years after Mexico's
devastating financial crisis, U.S. -Mexican agricultural
trade is returning to its more typical growth pattern.
- U.S. Catfish: A Growing New Fish Export to
U.S. catfish exporters have written a
textbook case of success in their efforts to promote
their product in Germany.
- Exporters Seeking to Unwrap Japanese
While imported cookies
traditionally have been thought of as gift products,
exporters need to make extra efforts to enter the
- French Organics Market Awaits Development
Development of the niche market for
organic foods promises a big return for future U.S.
exporters. But gaining a foothold in the market means
playing by some rules.
- Bay Islands: Honduran Paradise Buys U.S.
This corner of paradise banks on U.S.
imports to support its tourist industry. Shellfish make a
good trade for value-added food products.
- S-A-B-I-T Spells Opportunity for U.S.
Firms Seeking Business Partners in the NIS
The U.S. Department of Commerce's
SABIT programs fund training by U.S. companies for
managers and scientists from the Newly Independent
- U.S. Beer Competes With Japanese Brew on
Despite competition from Japan, shrewd U.S. exporters can
maintain their No. 1 status in Taiwan's expanding import
market for beer.
- Where's the Venison ... and Ostrich and
U.K. consumers go for exotic meats. This new food trend
affords enterprising U.S. producers a new market for
- German Importers Are Key Contacts for U.S.
Europe's largest food market spends $40 billion annually
on imported food. Here's how U.S. exporters can expand
their slice of the pie.
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