Volume XI, No. 6
Coal to Newcastle? No, California Kiwi to New Zealand!
California kiwifruit producers made exporting history, fending off disappointment as New Zealand's domestic supplies dried up.
New Zealand Market Wins Over U. S. Exporters
Among the top sellers in this comfortably familiar yet faraway market are U.S. consumer-oriented products.
Italy Gives "Thumbs Up" to Ethnic Foods
While nothing may ever compare to Mammas spaghetti sauce, todays Italians have ventured into the great unknown of ethnic food.
Getting Information on U.S. Agricultural Trade Has Never Been Easier
In the months ahead, our pull-out guide to export know-how is sure to earn its keep on your bulletin board.
Vaccinating for the Y2K Bug: Getting Your Business Ready
Media hype or risky business? A little bug or a ravening beast? Here are some explanations and tips to help you and your organization take the year 2000 in stride.
Fact File: The World Trade Organization
The launching of global World Trade Organization negotiations this November in Seattle marks the opportunity for a stronger and more open world trading system.
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