Competitive, But Lucrative:
France's Food Service Industry
Mais oui, France's
food service industries are courted by many countries. Why not,
with a market of almost $50 billion. Still, the right products
can do well.
A Window of Opportunity
Turkey is changing how it trades
with the world. It's not a market for novices, but experienced
exporters should take a closer look.
On the Road to Morocco:
Exporters Find New Markets
Morocco may be
primarily a bulk commodity market for the United States, but
slots for high-value products are opening up as well.
Tariffs Offer Freer Access to
Bahrain and Oman
When these two Middle East
countries reduced tariff rates, their consumers gained better
access to a wider range of imported goods.
Grease: China's Poultry
Industry Sold on U.S.
Recycled fast-food grease can
become a quality energy source in animal feed. China's pork and
poultry industries are finding it an economical choice.
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