Food Import Growth, When?
What ate the major
economic signs that lead exporters to cautious optimism about Russia?
Plants Russian Seeds for U.S. Export Economy
The ruble devaluation hit Russia
hard, but there are signs of recovery that should encourage exporters. An
interview with FAS'
Geoffrey Wiggin and Asif Chaudhry
Negotiating Proposal to the WTO Seeks Far-Reaching
Pat Sheikh, the FAS Deputy
Administrator for International Trade Policy, explains what our Nation had
proposedl it boils down to a more open, rules-based agricultural trade system.
Small Businesses' Connection to Emerging Markets
trillion-dollar Chinese economy is poised to enter a new era where private
market forces will direct and shape the newly released purchasing power of
China's middle class.
Young Consumers Want Fun, Functional Foods
Health food producers that provide a cool taste or hip health benefits.
U.S. exporters with catchy portable products are encouraged to apply.
Czechs on the Run
Break for U.S. Snack Foods
En route from work or home, many U.S. commuters sneak snacks at
the local quick mart. A modernized Czech Republic is adopting
Beauty: Cosmetic Products Create Agri-Business
Swiss, French and Japanese cosmetic makers want Arizona jojoba. U.S. essential
oils end up in perfumes and toothpastes. Aloe vera from Texas is a good
a Mint of Money: Essential Oils' Exports Success
Mint-fresh breath is a leading U.S. exports. Flavorings for everything
from lemon soda to toothpaste are being exported worldwide.
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