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China: Exporting to

Special Report - Exporting to China

China is an important importer and exporter of fresh fruit and vegetables. Advances in production, post-harvest handling, processing, logistical technologies, and increased levels of international investment as well as steady economic growth are contributing to China's dynamic fruit and vegetable market. This growth is making China an important location for exporters around the world.

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U.S. in Transition: NAFTA

U.S. in Transition: NAFTA

U.S. fresh produce and floral retail markets depend on supplies from other countries. Renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement may have effects on produce and floral trade among the U.S., Canada and Mexico, particularly if tariffs or nontariff trade barriers are raised in any form.

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Entering the Middle East Market

Entering the Middle East Market

The Middle East population is booming. However, they do not produce enough food. Limitations exist because of its geographic location and climate. PMA interviewed a few exporters to gather insights on their Middle East activity. The European Union, Asia, Australia, New Zealand and local and regional processors are competing for the Middle East’s produce business. Substantial openings for produce will benefit the industry and your business.

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Import Opps in China Tier 2 &3

Infographic: Import Opportunities in Chinese Tier II & III Cities

Explore the differences between Chinese tier II and tier III cities in regards to consumer characteristics, distribution and cold chain infrastructure as well as within the fresh fruit markets.

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How Fresh Produce Suppliers Can Brand to Reach Chinese Consumers in the World of E-Commerce

How Fresh Produce Suppliers Can Brand to Reach Chinese Consumers in the World of E-Commerce

In China, mobile e-commerce currently accounts for 51 percent of all online sales and will grow even faster. The global average is 35 percent. Private online consumption is projected to surge by 20 percent annually over the next five years, compared with 6 percent annual growth in offline retail sales.

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