Exporters: Don't Let It Be "All Greek" to You!
While not yet as prosperous as some EU countries, Greece offers
significant opportunities in its retail food sector. The emergence of new
outlets, growth of tourism and the 2004Summer Olympic Games are boosting demand
for consumer foods, which U.S. exporters can position themselves to fulfill.
Solid Wood Products: Selling What Italy Buys
Italy is the most important market in Europe for U.S. solid wood
products. And, while the strong dollar has hurt sales, demand for hardwoods
remains fairly stable.
the Dragon: Trading With China Under WTO Rules
Among the most useful of possible upcoming changes is the
possibility of new trading and distribution rights.
Shipping Policy Makes China Access Easier
Distribution in China is a tough problem. The future
promises easier distribution.
an Impression: The Right Business Etiquette for China
More and more exporters know-understanding and respecting Chinese
etiquette is key to business success.
Up the China Market
Trade trends in the China market reveal volatility, growth,
competition and opportunity.
for U.S. Cotton Exports to Russia
As supplies weaken, Russia's recovering textile industry craves
cotton, opening the doors for U.S. exporters.
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Volume XIII, No. 5
U.S. Department of Agriculture
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