Guía Comercial por Países

China Exporter Guide Annual 2009

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As China’s consumers become wealthier they are increasingly consuming imported food and agricultural products. Imports from all countries reached $69 billion in 2008, almost double the value in 2005. Chinese imports of U.S. agriculture products increased from under $3 billion in 2001 to about $13 billion in 2008. Despite of differences in business culture and uncertainly about import requirements, U.S. exporters will find that this expanding economy continues to create business opportunities.

Autores: 
Alan Hallman
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2009

Turkey: Exporter Guide Annual 2009

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Autores: 
Ralph Gifford
Autores: 
Osman Cakiroglu
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2009

Guía para exportar a Estados Unidos

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Autores: 
ProExport Colombia
Editora: 
ProExport Colombia
Año: 
2007

The fruit and vegetable market in Switzerland

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Overview of the market and access information for international trading companies.

Autores: 
Marjorie Chevalley
Editora: 
Sippo and SWISSCOFEL
Año: 
2009

Ireland Country Commercial Guide 2010

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This Country Commercial Guide (CCG) presents a comprehensive look at Greece's commercial environment, using economic, political and market analysis. The CCGs were established by recommendation of the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC), a multi-agency task force, to consolidate various reporting documents prepared for the U.S. business community. Country Commercial Guides are prepared annually at U.S. embassies through the combined efforts of several U.S. government agencies.

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Autores: 
U.S. Commercial Service
Editora: 
U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service and U.S. Department of State
Año: 
2010

Greece Country Commercial Guide 2009

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This Country Commercial Guide (CCG) presents a comprehensive look at Greece's commercial environment, using economic, political and market analysis. The CCGs were established by recommendation of the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC), a multi-agency task force, to consolidate various reporting documents prepared for the U.S. business community. Country Commercial Guides are prepared annually at U.S. embassies through the combined efforts of several U.S. government agencies.

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Autores: 
U.S. Commercial Service
Editora: 
U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service and U.S. Department of State
Año: 
2009

Export Opportunities to Greece

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Greece is a net-importer of agricultural goods and a large consumer of U.S. tree nuts, field crops, and fish-related products. In addition to offering U.S. producers a range of export opportunities, Greece also presents several areas for further agriculture-related investment. Greece mostly exports high-value products such as canned peaches, cotton, olive oil, cheese, and olives. Primary agricultural imports include cheese, beef, wheat, pork, and sugar.

Autores: 
Cynthia Barmore
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2010

Canada: Exporter Guide Annual 2009

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A practical guide for U.S. food exporters in the Canadian market; includes updates to the organic food section, market sector reports, consumer trends, and best prospects for U.S. consumer-oriented agricultural products in the Canadian market.

Autores: 
Matthew John Thoren
Editora: 
USDA FAS
Año: 
2009

United Kingdom: Exporter Guide Annual 2009

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The UK has strong historic and cultural ties to the U.S., which are obvious in consumer trends in retail and foodservice markets. The UK presents market opportunities for many U.S. consumer-oriented products, including specialty food products, “healthy” food items, wine, sauces, fruit, nuts and juices. “Health” and convenience foods are the main driving forces in the UK value-added food and beverage market.

Autores: 
Julie Vasquez-Nicholson
Editora: 
USDA FAS
Año: 
2009

Indonesia: Exporter Guide Annual 2009

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Indonesia was the 7th largest market for U.S. agricultural export in 2008 and the largest market in Southeast Asia at $2.3 billion. In the last few years, a stabilized macro-economic situation and business climate has provided excellent opportunities for U.S. food and agricultural exports to the rapidly growing Indonesian retail, food service, and food processing sector. However, several market access issues potentially inhibit the growth of U.S. food product exports to Indonesia.

Autores: 
Fahwani Y. Rangkuti
Autores: 
Jonn Slette
Editora: 
USDA GAIN
Año: 
2009
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