Volume VIII, No 2
- FAS and U.S. Industry Team Up To Promote
Value-Added Wood Products
U.S. exports of valued-added wood
products have grown significantly over the past five
years. The partnership between the public and private
sectors is why.
- From East to West, Buyers See U.S.
Value-Added Wood Products as Best
From Germany to Japan, U.S.
value-added wood products have successfully taken root in
several diverse markets. Here's how it was done.
- Trade Barriers and Tradition Limit U.S.
Wood Sales to China
The Chinese market holds
potential for U.S. wood exporters despite slow sales.
- Forming Alliances: Creating a Forest From
By joining together in an alliance,
many smaller forest product businesses find that they can
compete in the export market.
- U.S. Seafood Exporters Fish for New Asian
When marketing U.S. seafood products
to Japan, U.S. exporters must recognize seafood's
importance to the Japanese culture and the symbolism
attached to it.
- Fact File:
Market Development Activities and
Expenditures of U.S. Competitors.
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