Agricultural Trade in a Changing Eastern Europe
Europe, countries are gearing up for membership in the European Union. What
changed are they making to achieve accession, how are the changes affecting U.S.
sales, and what will they mean for U.S. exports in the long run?
U.S. Ingredients Score
With Hungary's Food
While the United
States has a 7-to-9-percent share of Hungary's agricultural import market,
mostly for bulk and other ingredients, increased sales of high-value
products appear in the offing.
Bright for U.S. Poultry Exports to the Balkans
opportunities for U.S. poultry exports to the Balkans (Albania, Bulgaria,
Macedonia, Romania and Yugoslavia) have expanded rapidly. The
outlook for 2002 and beyond is bright as the economies on the region stabilize
Angling for More Seafood
Croatia expect a fresh seafood dinner while they enjoy pristine Adriatic vistas.
Potential Strong in the Czech Republic
The Czech Republic is a growing
market, with more and more of its citizens willing and able to purchase
high-quality food products from abroad.
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.
Canada, U.S. Catfish Sales Are Jumping
multi-pronged market development strategy, The Catfish Institute and U.S.
processors have raised consciousness -and-sales-of this popular U.S. fish
in Ontario's retail and food service sectors.
Markets May Be for You
If you prefer
getting in on the ground floor, this developing economy holds out excellent
market entry opportunities for bulk and other ingredient products now, for
consumer products later.
Ingredients Japan 2002
& Hotel Africa 2002
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Volume XIV, No. 7
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Foreign Agricultural Service
Priscilla B. Glynn
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