Volume XI, No. 4
U.S. Exports Poised for Gains Among the Danes
Denmark offers big opportunities to U.S. agricultural exporters, especially in the consumer foods department.
Lithuania: Trade Hub of the Baltics
Biting the bullet has paid off for Lithuania. The country is primed for prosperity in the 21st century.
Urban Greek Cooks Cozy Up to Frozen Foods
As convenience becomes a factor, frozen foods keep gaining freezer space in traditional Greek kitchens.
Demand's Up for Consumer Food in Chile
Joint ventures and supermarkets promise profits for U.S. consumer-oriented food exporters in the burgeoning Chile.
Singapore O.K.'s U.S. Chilled Pork
The conditions for entry are strict, but the gate has swung open for U.S. chilled pork exports to Singapore.
Singapore's Smitten by the U.S. Supermarket Experience
Next time you're in Singapore, grab a shopping cart at the new "Liberty Market," where customers can load up on U.s. products galore.
Saudi Arabia's Breakfast Bowls Brim With U.S. Cereals
Supplying half the breakfast munchies for a country is good business, any way you crunch it.
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