in Transition: Market on the Move
U.S. wheat and corn have captured
much of Egypt's import market. But as in markets that are emerging, ingredients
and high-value consumer foods are also gaining ground.
Promotion Cooks Up U.S. Export Success
A special chefs' competition helped
generate more than $200,000 in export sales to Cairo's hotel industry, and is
expected to generate growth in Egypt's imports for 2001.
for a Free Trade Area of the Americas Enter a New Phase
With a timeframe set for the
agreement's entry into force, the hard work has just begun.
Hot Spot: The Dominican Republic's Hotel and Restaurant Sector
Exporters, here's a
"beachy" place to get your feet wet. It's close by, and one of the
main tourist destinations in the Caribbean.
Flavor, Delivered Fresh: Produce Exports to Mexico
Vegetables and fruits make a winning
combination for sales to our neighbors to the south.
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