Volume X, No. 8
On the Business Front, South of the Border: ANTAD 98
Take in the excitement of Mexicos largest annual retail and supermarket show, as seen through the eyes of our man in Guadalajara.
Making Export Services Work for You
The Foreign Agricultural Service has an array of services for both new and experienced exporters.
An Armchair Guide on Exporting to Germany
If youre interested in shipping to the largest import market in Europe--one with a $46-billion-a-year tab--check out these requirements.
Sub-Saharan Africa: Turning to the Future
USDA has expanded program horizons for Sub-Saharan Africa.
Nigerias Poultry Market: Can It Come Back?
This once-thriving poultry sector has fallen on hard times. One factor--a ban on imported corn--has caused much of the decline.
Opportunities in the Americas: 15 Hot Picks
Some of Asias best prospects have cooled, but there are hot markets closer to home.
Eric Van Chantfort
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