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Colombia: Grain and Feed Update

The United States continues to be the main sourcing option for Colombian importers of corn and rice.
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Colombia: Grain and Feed Annual

The United States is the main sourcing option for Colombian importers of corn and rice.
Guatemala announced that it will open World Trade Organization (WTO) tariff quotas in 2018 for 5,000 metric tons (MT) of black beans, 150,000 MT of yellow corn, 50,000 MT of white corn....
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Peru: Grain and Feed Annual

Poultry production growing at five percent a year continues to drive demand for imported U.S. corn, making Peru our fifth largest overseas market.
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Colombia: Grain and Feed Annual

In 2016, U.S. corn dominated the Colombian market supplying 99.6% of imports due to trade preferences in the U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (CTPA).
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Costa Rica: Food Processing Ingredients

Costa Rican food processors and consumers trust and value food products that include U.S. raw materials and ingredients. Demand for quality ingredients has been steadily increasing...
On October 27, 2016, the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela (GBRV) temporarily (one year) eliminated import tariffs and value added taxes for scarce agricultural products...
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Guatemala: Food Processing Ingredients

According to the Bank of Guatemala (BANGUAT), the food processing industry in Guatemala for year 2015, will grow 3.5 percent and will contribute 0.67 percent to the total GDP.
FAS/Colombia is writing a series of reports on the opportunities and challenges for agriculture under the Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (CTPA), which went into force in May 2012.
Under the May 2012 United States-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement (CTPA), certain commodities are imported into Colombia under TRQs.
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Panama: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

Panama has approved the imports of GM corn seeds for local production, and has conducted GM mosquitoes and salmon field tests.
The U.S-Mexico ag trade relationship is broad and deep, with opportunities to further integrate our rural economies while supplying desired products to consumers in both countries year-round.