Soybean Exports Could Set Record in 2001
Bean counters, keep your eye on
the bottom line. China, the world's largest soybean importer, may
tip the balance sheet over the edge next year.
Mexico's Market a Winning Bet for U.S.
Sales of U.S. soybeans to Mexico are soaring.
It's a great market, but one that lacks room for complacency.
Promise: Trade Policy Helps U.S. Soybean Exports
With a new government and a liberalized trade
regime. Pakistan is open for business again, and offering the
U.S. soybean industry an exciting market opportunity.
Target Malaysia: Top Prospects for Export
Rebounding from Asia's 1998
economic downturn, Malaysia is resuming its trade with the United
States. With that in mind, check out these high-flying trends and
in the USA: American Quarter Horses Perform in Sydney
Traditional equestrian events are
making way for a new competition with its roots in the early
settlers' days in the American West. It could increase trade in
this U.S. breed.
The Dominican Republic Chooses U.S. Cheese
The Dominican Republic increased
its cheese imports by almost 150 percent during the 1990's-and
the United States took a 23 percent share of this fast-growing
Demand for Wine in Korea Creates New Export Opportunity for U.S.
Having strongly recovered from the
impact of the 1998 economic downturn, Korean wine imports in the
first quarter of 2000 were up 156 percent from the same period of
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