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Canada: FAIRS Export Certificate Report
January 20, 2017
The report identifies export certificates issued by U.S. government authorities to comply with Canadian import standards and regulations or to attest those products...
Free Trade Agreements and U.S. Agriculture
June 24, 2016
Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) help expand foreign markets for U.S. producers and exporters by reducing trade barriers, fostering a more stable and transparent environment for trade and investment...
Trade Agreements Create Opportunities for U.S. Agriculture
June 21, 2016
Graphic illustrating the growth of U.S. agricultural exports in response to trade agreements over the past 70 years.
A Review of U.S. Tariff Rate Quotas for Beef Imports
April 25, 2016
The United States is the world’s largest producer of beef but it also imports more beef than any other country.
Canada: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Certification
January 28, 2016
The report identifies export certificates issued by U.S. government authorities to comply with Canadian import standards and regulations or to attest that the product is subject to U.S. government...
U.S. Processed Food Exports: Growth & Outlook
May 6, 2014
Exports of high-value, processed food products have been a significant contributor to the strongest five-year period for agricultural exports in U.S. history.
U.S. and Mexico: Broad and Deep Agricultural Trade Relationship
March 13, 2014
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.
Mexico: Fresh Deciduous Fruit Annual
November 28, 2013
The U.S. remains the leading provider of deciduous fruit to Mexico, as local production is not sufficient to address domestic demand.