Familiarity-and Sales-in the
Picture this for your
next export destination: a stable, modern democracy where language, culture and
consumer tastes seem almost like home.
Scoop on Navigating Guatemalan Customs
Don't miss out on
Guatemala's growing market - U.S. agricultural exports to this country reached
#300 million in 2001 - a third of them high-value products. Here's a brief
primer on how to sail through the process.
After food aid ends,
U.S. exporters may find consumer-oriented products to be their best sellers.
Is Hungry for U.S. Oilseeds and Products
Despite an economic
downturn, Turkey continues to be a growing market for U.S. soybeans, soybean
meal and vegetable oils.
Russians Are Drinking Wines
In 2001, Russia imported 34 percent
more wine than the previous year. Throughout the country, there is a growing
interest in quality wines. These trends, combined with higher consumer incomes,
suggest good opportunities for U.S. wine exporters.
Northwest Suppliers: Working To Meet South Korea's Rising Demands for
U.S. wheat farmers,
breeders and researchers are trying to satisfy the increasing - and increasingly
demanding - South Korean Market.
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Outlook Forum 2003
Thursday, October 14, 2004 PM
Volume XIV, No. 12
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Foreign Agricultural Service
Eric Van Chantfort
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