Stock of the North American Free Trade Agreement
NAFTA is the
first and so far the only regional trade agreement in which the United States is
a partner. More than halfway through the implementation period, Canada and
Mexico are our No. 2 and No. 3
agricultural export markets,
markets with high-end products appears the way to be the solution for U.S.
exporters looking for customers in Brazil's evolving economy.
Out the Barrels: U.S. Beer and Other Beverages Sell South of the Border
With tariff barriers
going down, U.S. alcoholic beverage sales to Mexico keep going up.
Quebec for U.S. Wines
heritage may explain the Quebecois palate for good wine.
Canada! A Vital Food and Beverage Industry Adds Up to Big Opportunities for U.S.
Food processing is big business in
Canada-not only to meet domestic demand, but also to fill export needs. And
though they've garnered nearly two-thirds of the market, U.S. exporters could
make further gains.
a Bridge to Taiwan's Timber Market
efforts of FAS, the state of Idaho, foreign market development cooperators
and private industry have built a bridge to Taiwan's timber market-and
helped lay the foundation for future exports.
Food and Beverage
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Thursday, October 14, 2004 PM
Volume XIV, No. 8
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Foreign Agricultural Service
Priscilla B. Glynn
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