Volume X, No. 1
Spain: Where's the Seafood?
As Spanish consumers cope with declining domestic catches, U.S. seafood exporters stand to net market share.
U.S. Lobster, Squid Score in Italy
Except for salmon, white-fleshed fish varieties are the ticket in this evolving export market.
Baltic, Nordic Countries Aligned for U.S.
These countries, once separated by more than the North Sea, are forming a united trade gateway for northern Europe.
Wranglers Round Up Equine Exports
Besides cornering a dominant position in the domestic agricultural scene, high-quality U.S. horses are stampeding world markets.
Wine in China: Future Market for U.S. Labels
Chinese vintners are staking more than grape vines in the race to plant vineyards for future harvests.
Sparkling Exhibit Booth Behavior Builds Customer
Looking to locate leads and increase overseas sales? Market consultant Mike Mraz tells all.
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