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Cambodia: FAIRS Export Certificate Report Annual

This report lists the major certificates required by Cambodian government agencies for U.S. agricultural products exported to Cambodia. The list of certificates primarily focuses on major U.S. agricultural exports to Cambodia, such as soybeans and soybean meal, distillers dried grains with solubles, meat and poultry products, fruits and vegetables, and other grocery items.
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Cambodia: FAIRS Annual Country Report

This report provides an overview of the food and agricultural import regulations and standards in Cambodia. Cambodia is a growing market for U.S. agricultural products, with exports valued at over $114.57 million in 2021 - a 759 percent increase over the past 10 years.
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Burma: Exporter Guide

This guide serves as a resource for U.S. companies seeking to do business in Burma and provides market overviews, practical tips and information on local business practices, consumer preferences, and trends. This report also identifies opportunities and entry approaches for the three major market sectors (food retail, food service, and food processing).
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Malaysia: Exporter Guide

Malaysia retail food and HRI sector is expected to grow by 7.8 percent in 2023. U.S. exporters will see excellent opportunities in the retail food and food processing sectors as the country’s economy rebounds strongly after the COVID-19 pandemic shutdowns.
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Malaysia: Oilseeds and Products Update

Post maintains the projections for 2021/22 and updates MY 2022/23 with an optimistic outlook on production resulting from good weather conditions and an improved labor situation.
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Malaysia: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

Malaysia’s Biosafety Act 2007 and Biosecurity Regulations are currently under review by the Department of Biosafety. As of September 2022, 57 genetically engineered (GE) products have been approved for import, an increase of 14 percent from 2021.
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Burma: Rice Trade - Monthly

Post forecasts Burmese rice exports lower in November. Despite the contracted shipment to Bangladesh, slow demand from African countries and high domestic prices will lead to lower exports in November. Domestic prices for Emata increased in November as local traders are purchasing stock in anticipation of a lower production. Prices for Shwe Bo Pawson also remained high.
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Burma: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

This report describes the status of Burma’s production, regulations, public attitudes, trading, and labeling requirements for genetic engineered products and the current activities for agricultural biotechnology.
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Malaysia: Biofuels Annual

The implementation of Malaysia’s B20 mandate has been officially postponed until the end of 2022. However, it will be difficult for the Government of Malaysia (GoM) to implement the B20 within the current deadline and Post expects the delays to continue into 2023.
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Cambodia: Grain and Feed Update

Post forecasts that Marketing Year (MY 2022/23) harvested area and production will only slightly increase from the previous year due to a recovery from floods and storms, expectation of lower oil prices, and more adoption of technology.
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Burma: Rice Trade - Monthly

Post forecasts Burmese rice exports higher in October. Despite low demand from African countries, there is high demand from Bangladesh and China. Domestic prices for both Emata and Shwe Bo Pawsan declined in October as supplies from the new rice crop enter the market and the Myanmar kyat appreciated against the U.S. dollar.
Malaysia again extended the subsidy for the poultry industry until December 2022 to stabilize the price of whole chicken (processed and sold with head, feet, and organs) and eggs, as stated by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industries (MAFI) on Sunday, October 9, 2022. In total, Government of Malaysia (GOM) allocations for chicken and egg subsidies from February to December 2022 will amount to RM1.233 billion (USD$265.16 million).