Volume X, No. 3
U.S. Exporters Push the Envelope as China Faces Westward
Food Ingredients: The Lure of Convenience Amplifies Sales
Better Refrigerators for Chinese: Cold Cash for U.S. Agribusiness
Organic Foods and Vegetable Products, a Sino- the Times
Microwave Popcorn, Waiting to Explode
Foreign Investors Stimulate Shanghai Grocery Sector
Double-Distilled, Double-Good U.S. Brandy Sells in the United
Getting into the spirit of the market, U.S. brandy exporters have found a niche in the United Kingdom.
EU Seafood Shortfall Shores Up Market Opportunities
To protect declining stocks, the European Union has enforced elaborate controls for member countries.
Bringing U.S. Tomatoes to the Japanese Market
Since Japan lifted its ban on U.S. tomatoes, California and Florida growers have teamed up to supply this new market year-round.
The South African Beer Market Is Sudsing Over
Beer consumption in South Africa is rising, and rising incomes support the quaffing of imported brews.
How-To Information for Exporters: A Reader's Guide
Publications that outline the nuts and bolts of international trade can save new exporters lots of time and money.
Fact File: $57 Billion on the Books, the Export Year Ends
Chalk up another strong performance for U.S. agricultural exports in fiscal year 1997.
Eric Van Chantfort
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