Volume VIII, No 1
- Keys to Exporting Agricultural Products
This month, AgExporter provides the
answers to some of agricultural exporters' most frequent
- Getting Started
This section provides guidance on
those vital first steps in conducting market research and
making contacts you'll need to take when exploring
foreign markets for your products.
- Getting Ready
Here are the nuts and bolts on
preparing your company and products for export (and
preventing problems): from locating sales agents and
buyers to meeting foreign import requirements.
- Getting There
This part gives information on
shipping to overseas markets, such as how to find a
freight forwarder or customs broker, and how to get
guidance on transporting livestock and plants.
- Getting Paid
This section describes the typical
payment mechanisms available to exporters, and USDA
programs for financing U.S. agricultural exports.
- Getting Better
Finally, some tips on improving your
chances of success by profiting from the experience and
building on opportunities.
- Fact File: Fiscal 1995 Export Review --
Wrapping Up a Record-Breaking Year
U.S. farm and food products chalked up
a record-shattering years in fiscal 1995 as agricultural
exports surged to an unprecedented $54.1 billion.
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