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Taiwan is an important trading partner and offers many opportunities for sales of U.S. food and agricultural products.
Brazil’s consumers have a budding appetite for higher-value food products as the country’s economy recovers from a historic recession and its middle class grows.
At a combined $23.8 billion, China and Hong Kong represent 18 percent of U.S. agricultural exports to the world, up from 10 percent just a decade ago.
Central America and the Caribbean, with their close geographical and economic ties to the United States, have always been an important market for U.S. agricultural exports.
On August 6, 2014, Russia issued an order banning certain agricultural imports from the United States, the EU-28, Canada, Australia, and Norway for one year.
Economic growth and rising incomes are propelling demand for broiler meat in the Middle East and Turkey is stepping up to fill demand.
Venezuela offers growing opportunities for U.S. agricultural exports, despite strong competition and other challenges.
Brazilian exports continue to surge and provide growing competition for U.S. farm products.
Brazilian crop and livestock production continues to expand, building on rapid gains over the past few decades.