Volume XI, No. 1
Celebrating NAFTA's Five-Year Anniversary
A special introduction to this issue of AgExporter by the Administrator of the Foreign Agricultural Service.
The North American Free Trade Agreement and U.S. Agriculture
SPS Committee: Arbiter for Food Safety
In Canada, a New Competitive Edge
Uncorking Canadian Wine Imports
In Mexico, Food Products Bounce Back
Where the Action's At: The U.S.-Mexican Border
Solid Customer Relations Help Meat Sales Sizzle in Mexico
NAFTA Contributes to Growth in U.S. Soybean Exports to Mexico
NAFTA Swells U.S. Horticultural Product Profits
Sweetening the Deal for U.S. Snack Food Producers
Opening Doors in a Burgeoning Grain Market
NAFTA Partners: Important Markets for the U.S. Poultry industry
Priscilla B. Glynn
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