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Vietnam, Thailand, and Burma (Myanmar) are part of the fastest developing region in the world and account for roughly 221 million of Southeast Asia’s population.
This report provides an update of the food and agricultural laws and regulations currently in force in Vietnam.
This report provides an overview of the health and quarantine certificates needed for exporting food and agricultural products to Vietnam.
Infographic illustrates how modernizing retail outlets in Southeast Asia are providing U.S. food exporters access to young, urbanizing consumers.
Southeast Asia is a major market for U.S. agricultural products, ranking as the third-largest regional market in 2017, behind East Asia and North America.
On May 9, 2018, FAS/Jakarta, in collaboration with Peka Consulting, held a special pre-Ramadan media gathering at AMUZ restaurant in Jakarta.
This report provides updated technical information for requirements and regulations on food and agriculture products as are currently required by the Government of Indonesia (GOI).
The 2015 HRI report (VM5053 on August 14, 2015) is the most up-to-date document regarding developments in the Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional (HRI) food service sector in Vietnam....
In 2016 U.S. agricultural exports to Indonesia totaled more than $2.6 billion, making it the 8th largest market for U.S. agriculture.
Indonesia’s hotel and restaurant sector grew about 5 percent in 2017. Continued urbanization, tourism and MICE (Meeting, Incentive, Conference, and Exhibitions) activities drove the growth.
This report updates the 2015 Indonesian FAIRS Export Certificate Report, which lists the major export certificates and other requirements expected by the Government of Indonesia...
U.S. agricultural exports to Southeast Asia have experienced extremely rapid growth in recent years and, in FY 2014, they climbed to a record $11.5 billion – up 11 percent from FY 2013.