Volume IX, No. 10
Forest Products: Building Potential for New Growth
With global demand reinforcing new market gains and record sales nailed down, 1997 seems thoroughly studded with success.
Exporting Fresh Fruit to China: Risky but Profitable
Despite tariffs and phytosanitary restrictions, U.S. fruit exporters are gaining entry to this ripening market.
Selling Poultry in China No Longer Chicken Feed
U.S. poultry exporters have something to crow about in the Chinese market.
Hong Kong at the Crossroads
Whats to be the fate of this once-bustling Asian trade hub? More bustle! U.S. Agricultural Trade Officer in Hong Kong LaVerne E. Brabant shares his perspective.
Ecuador: A Growing Market for U.S. Cereals
New consumer attitudes, local tastes and economic growth spell
thriving trade in breakfast cereal.
A Primer for Selling in Mexico
Finding the right distributor is well worth the investment in research and time, paying off in reduced frustration for U.S. exporters.
Hmong Farmers Working To Tap Into Export Markets
Take an underprivileged Asian community that raises small-scale specialty produce. Mention opportunities in foreign markets. Wait a minute--where did they go?
Central and East European Markets
U.S. exporters looking for growth markets in Europe may want to spin the globe a bit farther to the east.
Priscilla B. Glynn
Eric Van Chantfort
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