Volume XI, No. 8
ASEAN Market Trends: Cause for Concern or Hopeful Portents?
Heres a look at region-wide trends and individual market prospects in ASEAN countries.
The Financial Crisis and ASEAN: Root Causes, Market Effectsand a Silver Lining
Until mid-1997, Southeast Asias emerging economies offered U.S. agricultural exporters some of their most robust and fastest growing markets. What went wrong, whats being done about it and when will things improve?
How Exports Are Faring in ASEANs Rough Waters
Even in the face of todays slump, the mid-1990's stand as a reminder of the true market potential of the ASEAN region.
Signs Point to a Recovering Korea
Stay tuned! Despite a recent serious downturn, Korea is on the mendand still ranks among the top economies in the world.
Dalian, Snapshot of a Typical Chinese City
Amidst the bright market glow of Shanghai, perhaps your product looks like a winner. But how will it play in Dalian?
Frozen Vegetables Grow Popular on Taiwan
More and more, mothers on Taiwan admonish their offspring to finish their (U.S.-grown) corn, broccoli, peas and cauliflower.
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