Marketplace Rebounds From Financial Crisis
Topping $953 million
in 2002, U.S. agricultural exports to Indonesia are back stronger than ever.
Jumpstarts Philippine Retail Food Sector
This archipelago is
the largest U.S. export market for consumer-ready foods in Southeast Asia, with
$200 million worth of sales in 2001.
Chains Drive Thailand's Retail Food Sector
With imports making
up only a 4-percent share of Thailand's $28.9 billion food market, there is a
lot of room for growth.
Korea's Recovery Fuels U.S. Exports
One of the "Four
Dragons" (also known as the "Four Tigers) is spreading its wings and
breathing life into its economy. In the process, South Korea imported $3 billion
worth of U.S. agricultural products in 2001.
Here's an assessment of fundamental
trends that make China an alluring market for exporters-and challenges that must
be overcome for its full potential to be developed.
Cereals May Find Market in China
current market for breakfast cereals in China is small, prospects look good.
France's Food Industry
The French food
service industry offers opportunities for a variety of U.S. products.
and Anuga: Two Shows for European Success
A successful exporter tells why he participates in these highly profitable shows.
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