Guía Comercial por Países
Bélgica, situada en un eje económico y urbano, también tiene una de las puertas de enlace marítimo más importante del mundo, el Mar del Norte. Gracias a las tres lenguas nacionales, holandés, francés y alemán, el país ocupado los lugares más altos en muchos ranking europeo en la competitividad y la productividad.
United States' exporters enjoy an enviable position in the Honduran market and it has improved after the implementation of the CAFTA-DR agreement in 2006. The Honduran retail sector is by far the largest market for imported food, due to the expansion of supermarkets in urban areas. The HRI sector is developing rapidly and has a tremendous potential for processed products.
This report offers updated information for U.S. companies interested in exporting food and agricultural products to Italy, including an overview of the country's economic situation, market structure, export requirements, and best product export opportunities.
U.S. exports of high value food products to Hong Kong reached a record level of US$2.1 billion in 2010, consolidating Hong Kong’s position as the 4th largest market for these products after Canada, Mexico and Japan. Benefiting from the strong economic growth in Mainland China, Hong Kong enjoyed 7.8% economic growth in 2010. In addition, it is expected that Hong Kong will maintain its position as one of the top 4 markets for U.S.
This report gives an overview of how to export to Ireland. It will give you general information on
Ireland as a whole, as well as information on their retail and foodservice sectors.
The UK, a leading trading power and financial center, is the seventh largest economy in the world. The UK is also one of the quintet of trillion dollar economies of Western Europe with consumers looking for high quality food products from around the world, including the United States. Services, particularly banking, insurance, and business services, account for the largest proportion of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) while industry continues to decline in importance.
Socio-economic and demographic changes are altering food trends. French consumers desire food products which are convenient, offer better taste, as well as increased health benefits. France offers market opportunities for U.S. fish and seafood, processed fruits and vegetables (including fruit juices), beverages (including wine and spirits), fresh and dried fruits and nuts, and also confectionery products, wild rice, organic, kosher, and halal foods.
In 2010, Portugal’s agriculture, fish and forest product imports from the United States were valued at $264 million, up 53 percent from the previous year, but still far from the $375 million achieved in 2008. Fish and seafood, tree nuts and other consumer-oriented products continue to offer the best U.S. export opportunities in Portugal. This report provides guidance to U.S.
The Indian economy is likely to grow at 8.5 percent during Indian fiscal year 2010/11. With a growing number of middle-income consumers (300 million), increasing urbanization, an increased number of restaurants and fast food chains, and greater exposure to international products, India remains an expanding market for U.S. high-value agricultural products. High tariffs on the majority of food items along with various non-tariff import requirements, that effectively prohibit imports of key products, continue to hamper U.S. export opportunities.
One major change in Turkish agricultural regulations this year was the combination of several laws (the Food, Feed, Veterinary Services and Plant Health Laws) into one overarching Law called the Veterinary Services, Plant Health, Food and Feed Law (No: 5996). This new Law was published on June 13, 2010 and slated for implementation on December 13, 2010, although implementing regulations have yet to be published.