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Export briefs
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United States -- Agricultural Information and Marketing Services
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Promotion Division
United States -- Foreign Agricultural Service. -- Export Trade Services Division
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Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
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Washington, D.C
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Produce trade -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Vols. for <Feb. 2, 1979>-Jan. 15, 1982 issued by: Export Trade Services Division; Jan. 22, 1982-19 issued by Export Promotion Division; <July 4-10, 1985-> by: Agricultural Information and Marketing Services.
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Description based on: Feb. 2, 1979; title from caption.

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VLx EXPORT BRIEFS


haned weekly by the Export Promotion Division. Foreign Agricultural Service. U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Room 4945 South Building. Washington. D.C. 20250.


The following trade items hane been gathered from Agricultural Attache and other government reports as a
nrvice to U.S. exporters of food and agricultural products. In supplying the trade leads the Department of
Agriculture does not guarantee reliability of the overseas inquirer. Your best source for further information
on these trade leads is the listed foreign firm originating the inquiry You may also contact the Export
Promotion Division. FAS. 1202) 447-7103.





August 15, 1983


Live fresh water crayfish (France). Wants live fresh water crayfish, one ton
per week, premium quality. Packed in wooden boxes of 5 kilos. Delivery: all
year long. Health Certificate of Origin required. Quotations CIF. Bank
ref: Banque Sudameris, 75, Rue Saint Ferreol, 13007 Marseille. CONTACT:
Jack Clark, Sudfish, 11, Rue Francois Appert, 62200 Boulogne Sur Mer, France.
TELEX: 135 131F. Phone: (21)307222, (21)302250. (WK 31/TOFAS 0145)

Wheat, sorghum, canary seed (Spain). Interested in receiving CIF quotations
for undetermined quantities of wheat, sorghum and canary seed. Importer is
also interested in meat products. Delivery date: 1 to 2 months. Bank ref:
Banco Popular. CONTACT: Amadeo X. Cugat, Fernandez Navarro, 7, Santa Cruz De
Tenerife, Canary Island, Spain. TELEX: 92622. Phone: (922) 217068. (KM
31/TOFAS 0213)

Sunflower oil, corn oil (Spain). Wants sunflower oil, corn oil, refined,
500-1,000 mt year each. Type: refined winterized 100%. Packaging in plastic
polypropylene or PVC, transparent, 1, 3 a 5 liters. Quotations FOB stowed
container. Bank ref: Banco Espanol De Credito. CONTACT: Morris Aidan,
Anglex, S.A., Ayala, 13 Madrid-7, Spain. TELEX: 42597. Phone:
(91)2762274. (MK 31/TOFAS 0214)

Dry beans, lentils (Spain). Wants dry beans & lentils, quantity: 50 mt month
each. Type: Cranberry & Great Northern beans & Laird, regular lentils.
Packaging: 5,000 grams, 1 8 2 kilo polyethylene bags. Quotations FOB stowed
container. Bank ref: Banco Espanol De Credito. CONTACT: Morris Aidan,
Anglex, S.A., Ayala, 13, Madrid-7, Spain. TELEX: 42597. Phone:
(91)2762274. (WK 31/TOFAS 0215)

Corn gluten meal (Portugal). Wants corn gluten meal, 2-3,000 tons, 60%
protein in dry substance produced 100% from yellow corn. Packed in paper
bags. Immediate delivery. Quotations FOB or CIF free out Lisbon. Bank ref:
Banco Totta & Acores, Lisbon. CONTACT: Eng. Francisco Jose Neves Ferro,
Quimigal--Quimica De Portugal, E.P., Ave, Infante Santo, 34-6 Floor, Lisbon,
Portugal. TELEX: 42847 FABRIL P. Phone: 676489. (WK 31/TOFAS 0136)








Flowering & foliage plants (Saudi Arabia). Wants thousands of flowering and
foliage plants one to three years old, potted in peat moss. Delivery ASAP.
Phytosanitary Certificate by Saudi Consulate. Customer requests catalogs.
Quotations CIF Dammam, CIF Jidda. Finn has contract for landscaping and urban
beautification for city of Taif. Bank ref: Saudi/France Bank, Taif A
Saudi/American Bank, Jubail. CONTACT: M. Zuhier Kazwany, M. Binladin
Organization, P.O Box 1362, Taif, Saudi Arabia. TELEX: 451012 PLCXP SJ.
Phone: 02-7332359. (WK 31/TOFAS 0130)
Canned foods (United Arab Emirates). Wants direct sale for resale for
unspecified quantities of canned meats & fish, canned fruits (various), canned
beans, biscuits & butter cookies, wafers & chocolates, jams, fruit jellies,
canned & bottle juices, and tomato puree. CONTACT: Faisal Hussain Bazara,
Managing Partner, P.O. Box 464, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates. TELEX:
68329. (WK 31/ST 2585)

Wheat flour (Greece). Wants wheat flour, 35,000 long tons (72% extr. rate),
4,000 long tons (72% extr. rate) for biscuits and 1,000 long tons (72% extr.
rate) for bread. Moisture content: 14% max; protein 10%, max; ash content
0.40-0.45% max. Packed in bags. Yemen dates will be determined during
negotiations. Greek agent seeks to represent U.S. firm, capable of supplying
the above commodities and amounts to be discussed between Greek trader and
interested U.S. supplier. Bank ref: National Bank of Greece, Thessaloniki.
CONTACT: Chris Demitriades, C. Demitriades Exports-Imports, 149, Monastiriou
Str., Thessaloniki, Greece. TELEX: 412547 CAD GR. Phone: (031) 531-460,
(031) 529-426. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0131)
Granulated fructose (England). Wants granulated fructose (fruit suoar). Lots
of 15-20 tons one container load per shipment. Total of 50 tons per year.
Quality: best. Packing: fibre drums or bags of 50 pounds or 100 pounds
each. Quote: CIF UK Port or delivered London warehouse. Bank ref: National
Westminster Bank Ltd., 93 Fenchurch Street, London EC3. CONTACT: P. H.
Smith, Henry W. Collingwood Ltd., 82 Borough High Street, London SE1,
England. TELEX: 885275. Phone: 01 407 7166. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0152)

Swine (Chile). Wants breeding swine, Landrace: 6 gilts, 30 sows; Large White:
6 gilts, 30 sows; Duroc: 3 gilts, 30 sows, preigree; weight about 60
kilograms. Adequate for airshipment. November 1983 delivery. Quote CIF
Pudahuel Airport, Santiago. Bank ref: Citibank, Ahumada 40, Santiago.
CONTACT: Armando Gutierrez, Gutierrez Y Gutierrez Ltda., Bandera 84, Of. 30F,
Santiago, Chile. TELEX: 40101 CL ICSA. Phone: 726273. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0219)

Alfalfa (Japan). Wants alfalfa, cube or pellet, 100 mt per month,
high-quality, as soon as acceptable price is set. Prefers to deal with West
Coast supplier, if possible located in Seattle. Quote C&F Moji. Bank ref:
Nishinippon Sogo Bank, Kitakyushu Branch, 5-5 Uo-Machi 3-Chore, Kokurakita-Ku,
Kitakyushu City 802, Japan. CONTACT: Kensuke Nishijima, Branch Mgr.,
Tsurumaru Shipping Co., Ltd., 1-5-11 Hon-Machi, Wakamatsu-Ku, Kitakyushu City
808, Japan. TELEX: 715367. Phone: 093-771-4700. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0276)

Seeds (Venezuela). Wants Daichondra lawn seed, 100 lb, best available.
September 1983 delivery. Phytosanitary certificate from country of origin.
Quote CIF Maracaibo. Bank ref: Banco Nacional De Descuento. CONTACT:
Freddy Bracamonte, Silboca, C.A., Av. 6 Con Calle 16, No. 15-90, P.O. Box 175,
Valera, Venezuela. TELEX: 71 220. Phone: (071) 39655, (071) 30355. (WK:
31/TOFAS 0062)









Confectionery, candy, chocolate products (England). Wants sugar
confectionery, candy, chocolate products, novelty sweets. Quantity: 20 foot
container. Packing: shipping case. Quotations CIF/FOB. Bank ref: Bank of
Scotland, The Cross, Paisley, Renfrewshire. CONTACT: D. T. Hannah, Hannah's
of Johnstone, Walkinshaw Works, Walkinshaw Street, Johnstone, Renfrewshire,
Scotland PA5 BAB, England. TELEX: 779885. Phone: 0505 21131. (WK 31/TOFAS
0150)
Cotton linters (India). Wants cotton linters, 1,500 mt per month up to March
1984, first cut, 2nd cut, defibratet, milled run any seaworthy packaging.
Delivery ASAP. Quote CIF Bombay Port. Bank ref: State Bank of Hyderabad
(Fort Branch), Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bombay 400 001. CONTACT: Keshavlal
Savlani, Sharda Fibres & Fibres, Cotton Linters & Industrial Raw Material
Dealers, 22 Shivsagar, 33 Worli Hill Road, Bombay 400 018, India. Phone:
Office- 291501, 251806, Residence 395648. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0228)
Onions (Japan). Wants fresh onions, new crop. average size over 3.5 inches
in diameter. Packaged in 20 kg poly net bags. Surface shipments for
September/October 1983. Quote C&F Nagoya. Bank ref: Japan Industrial Bank
Nagoya Branch. CONTACT: Keizo Komori, Showa Shoji Co., Ltd., c/o Sugiyama
Blgd., 10, Meitoku-Cho, Gifu-Shi, Japan. TELEX: 04722-238 SHOWAG J. Cable:
"SHOWAGIFU". Phone: (0582) 66-1191. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0612)
Corn oil, peanut oil, rice (England). Wants corn oil, peanut oil and long
grain rice. Quantity: all products in bulk. Quality specifications will be
provided. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF & C&F. Bank ref: Barclays Bank
Ltd., 40 Wellington Road, St. Johns Wood, London NW8. CONTACT: Avraam Savva,
Abraam Savva (Imp/Exp) Ltd., 25 Bow Lane, London N12 OJR, England. Phone: 01
346 0520 or 01 866 2723. (WK 31/TOFAS 0149)0
Wheat seed (Greece). Wants wheat seed Mexicali variety, 10,000 mt, USDA
higher grades, packed in bags. Delivery Port of Piraeus. Information on the
most productive hybrids in the form of literature is required (maturity,
yields, genetic characteristics, climatic conditions). Quotations CIF Port of
Piraeus. Bank ref: Ionian and Popular Bank of Greece, Syndagma Square Branch,
Athens. CONTACT: George K. Dracoulis, 27, Thisseos St., Paleo Faliro,
Athens, Greece. Phone: (01) 9811-948, (01) 9824-651. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0127)
Feed concentrates, soybean meal (Greece). Wants 15 mt monthly feed
concentrates and 50 mt soybean meal monthly. High U.S. quality standards for
use in poultry feeding. Soybean meal: 44% or 50% protein. Packaging:
concentrates in bags, soybean meal preferably in containers. Delivery Port of
Piraeus, Greece. Indicate prices for each type of feed concentrate and
soybean meal per protein content category. Quotations CIF Piraeus.Bank ref:
National Bank of Greece, Megara Branch. CONTACT: Konstantine Bourazerls,
Poultry & Hatching Units, 123, Vas. Georgiou St., Megara, Attiki, Greece.
Phone: (0296) 29445. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0129)

Lentils (Greece). Wants lentils, 50 mt, high grades USDA standardized.
Packed preferably in containers of 18 mt. Delivery Port of Thessaloniki,
Greece. Purchaser will proceed with dry processing (packing). If prices
competitive they will purchase larger amounts. Literature, brochures, samples
required. Quotations CIF Thessaloniki. Bank ref: National Bank of Greece.
CONTACT: Stylianos Spyridis, Styllanos Spyridis Co., 8, Arianou St.,
Thessaloniki, Greece. Phone: (031) 202-575. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0126)









Wheat, durum, corn (Greece). Wants 300,000 mt of soft Red Winter wheat,
150,000 mt to be loaded in Oct '83 & 150,000 mt in late Nov. Durum wheat
100,000 mt; and 200,000 mt yellow corn. Wheat: '82 or '83 crop, U.S. No. 1
protein content: 11%, moisture: 12-13%, test wt (kilograms per hectoliter ):
78; Min. Durum, 1982 or 1983 crop, protein content 13% max. moisture: 12-13%,
test weight: 77-79. Kilograms per Min. U. S. No. 2 also requires Yellow
corn. All in bulk. Delivery Middle East, exact port of destination will be
determined during negotiations. Greek agent seeks also to represent a U.S.
firm, capable in supplying the above commodities and amounts. Bank ref:
National Bank of Greece, Thessaloniki. CONTACT: Chris Demitriadis, C.
Demitriadit Exp-Imp., 149, Monastiriou St., Thessaloniki, Greece. TELEX:
412547 CAD CR. Phone: (031) 531-460, (031) 529-426. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0128)
Pickled peppers (Canada). Wants pickled peppers, sport and others.
Quantity: 3-4 truckloads. Packaging bulk in drums. Major food processor and
importer requires U.S. Product to maintain product line. Bank ref:
available on request. CONTACT: Ron Valley, Unico Foods, 8000 Keele St.,
Concord, Ontario L4K 2A4, Canada. TELEX: 06964597 ANSWR BACK: UNICO TOP.
Phone: (416) 669-9633. (WK: 31/TOFAS 0087)
Seafoods, steaks, turkey breasts, ducklings (Greece). Wants 1.5 mt annually
of fresh-frozen Salmon, Silver Bright & Sockeye, whole filets; 1.5 mt annually
smoked Salmon, pre-sliced; 3 mt small shrimp & raw prawns annually, 16-2?
pieces per kilo, prawns; 1 mt & 3 mt respectively whole lobster or tails; 8 mt
tenderloin skinned, 2.5 kgs per piece; 12 mt striploin steaks annually; 2 mt
turkey breasts annually, 3 kgs; 6 mt ducklings annually 2.5 kgs. Prices for
all items CIF Piraeus. Brochures, literature & related information will be
very helpful to the purchaser. Quote CIF Piraeus, Greece. Bank ref: Ionian
& Popular Bank of Greece, Central Branch Athens. CONTACT: Manolis Goltsos,
Purchasing Manager, SAS Catering, 31st St & Mistra, E. Airport, Ellinikon,
Athens, Greece. TELEX: 219454 GFSK GR. Phone: (01) 8947921. (01) 8947941.
(WK: 31/TOFAS 0124)

Lettuce (Venezuela). Wants crispy or iceberg type lettuce seed particularly
Minelt & Oswego. Forage Rape seed for human consumption of sprouts. For
annual production of lettuce approximately 300 tons. Smaller quantity rape
seed. Company needs alternative varieties of lettuce seed (currently using
Great Lakes 659) which problems are not forming heart or bolting particularly
during wet season. Conventional packaging. Immediate delivery. Quote:
CIF. Bank ref: Banco Lationo; Banco Italo Venezolano. CONTACT: John
Chilton, Hidroponias Venezolanas C.A., P.O. Box 14069, Caracas 1011-A,
Venezuela. TELEX: 27876. Phone: 7821371/7820471. (WK 31/TOFAS 0063)
Catnip (Denmark). Wants catnip (dried plants for use in cat toys). Packed in
plastic bags. Delivery soonest. Bank ref: S.D.S., Sejerbyvej 49, Sejerby,
4592 Sejero. CONTACT: Jonna Gram Peterson, Lottes Hunde-Katte Salon,
Snorumbygade 29, 2760 Maalov, Denmark. Phone: (02) 970600. (WK 31/TPFAS
0138)
Grocery line (Germany). Wants all types of food products, basically only
container loads. Quality and packaging depends on product. Quote CIF
Antwerp/Rotterdam. CONTACT: H. Steinhauser/B. Korbmacher, Stexco Trading
S.A., Feldstr. 54, 4000 Duesseldorf 30, Germany. TELEX: 8588744 STEX D.
Phone: 211 465746. (WK 31/TOFAS









Bull, heifers, semen (Colombia). Wants simmemental cattle, 15 heifers (open
or bred), one young bull (yearling), 150 doses of semen. Registered or
grade. Delivery three months. GOC Health Requirements. Quote FOB U.S.
port. Bank ref: Banco De Colombia, Sucursal Mercantil. CONTACT: Diego
Ordonez, Barrio F1 Polo, Diagonal 84 No. 22-39, Bogota, Colombia, S.A.
Phone: 2572937. (WK 31/TOFAS 0177)
Dietetic foods (Saudi Arabia). Wants all diabetic & dietetic foods, best
quality, for retail sale. Delivery ASAP. Arabic labeling required. Quote
CAF. Bank ref: Saudi Cairo Bank. CONTACT: Hussein Najee, Siraj H. Zahran &
Co. Gulf Division, P.O. Box 7103, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. TELEX: 400257 GULF
SJ. (WK 31/TOFAS 0138)
Thoroughbred stallion (Taiwan). Wants thoroughbred stallion -
trained/untrained for competition (riding, jumping, dressage etc). Prefer
Anglo Arab, from western or southern part of U.S.), 40-60 head. 3-6 years
old. Be able to jump over 130 cm. Thoroughbred no gelding. Delivery mid
October via air. Quote FOB. Bank ref: Overseas Chinese Commercial Banking
Corp., Taichung Branch; United World Chinese Commercial Bank, Taichung
Branch. CONTACT: Steven Chan, Shun Jung Trading Co., Ltd., 111 Shih Fu Road,
Taichung, Taiwan. TELEX: 56229 JC LIN or 51163 SJUNG. Phone: (042)224568.
(WK 31/STATE 0101)

Corn (South Africa). Wants U.S. #1 white corn, 210,000 tons or less; U.S. #2
yellow corn, 2,200 tons. Packed 70 kg. bags. Delivery: soonest. Quote:
FOB Gulf or CIF East London or Durban. CONTACT: S.M. Pinchen, Pinschen
Enterprises, P.O. Box 5443, Durban 4000, South Africa. TELEX: 624001 SA.
Phone: DURBAN (331)66315/6. (WK 31/TOFAS 0172)0247)

Wheat seed (Greece). Wants wheat seed, Mexicali variety, 19.5 mt (one
container), OECD basic, white tag, in burlap bags with polyliner of 50 kg.
Port of Piraeus. Payment: Revocable Confirmed Letter of Credit. Quote CIF
of Piraeus. Bank ref: Ergo Bank, Athens Central Branch, 36 Panepistimiou
St. CONTACT: Minas Tsoplakis, Minand, Inc., 33, Sofokleous St., Athens,
Greece. TELEX: 214682 TSOM GR. Phone: (01) 3215433, (01) 3216162. (WK
31/TOFAS 0133)

Foreign Market Developments

Notice of Foreign Proposals Concerning Standards in Agriculture. As required
of all signatories to the GATT Standards Code, the following notifications of
foreign proposed standards-related rules have been provided for the
information and comment of interested agencies and firms. The Technical
Office invites inquiries from anyone who believes that any of the proposed
regulations notified under this heading could cause a trade problem.
Questions can be referred to Thomas O'Connell, USDA Technical Office, Room
5530, South Agriculture Building, Washington, D.C. 20250; or phone (202)
382-1318. Anyone interested in commenting on the proposals should include the
TBT Notification Number in their communication.

Canada TBT Notification 83.157 The Canadian Department of National Health
and Welfare has proposed an amendment to the Food and Drug Regulations








(product covered apples) which would revoke the part of the Regulations
which refers to the maximum permissible amount of the pesticide lead arsenate
in apples. The objective and rationale for the proposal were not stated.
Final date for comments is September 21, 1983.

CANADA PROPOSED GUIDELINES ON THE USE OF THE TERM "NATURAL" TO DESCRIBE
FOODS We received word recently that the Canadian Department of Consumer and
Corporate Affairs, responsible for the enforcement of Canada's Packaging and
Labeling legislation has developed proposed guidelines pertaining to the use
of the term "natural" to describe certain foods or their ingredients.

The proposed guidelines contain a general definition of the term "natural" and
the criteria used to determine the degree of food processing which violates
the definition. U.S. firms selling foods in Canada, particularly health and
dietetic foods etc., are advised to become familiar with the proposals and are
encouraged to participate in the public response period which ends November
30, 1983.

SPAIN REVISED FOOD LABELING STANDARDS We have been informed that Spain's
standard specifications on labeling, advertising, and presentation of packaged
food products were modified in 1982 superseding the standard specifications
introduced in 1975. The rationale for the modification states that the
specifications needed to be adapted to the current demands for better
information to the consumer, for more transparency in the market, and for
closer alinement with EC regulations.

If you have any questions regarding these announcements, would like a copy of
either of them for reference, or a copy of the Canadian one for use in making
comments, please contact Carolyn Wilson at the USDA Technical Office, Foreign
Agricultural Service, 5530 South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250; or phone
(202) 382-1333.


DLG Ausstellung '84
58th International Agricultural Show
May 30-June 5, 1984

The DLG Exhibition is one of the leading international shows specializing in
agriculture. Though the main emphasis of the show is on agricultural
machinery and equipment, there will be sections of the exhibition devoted to
live animals, mixed feeds, seeds and plants. Interested companies should
contact the Exhibit Director, DLG-Ausstellung '84, 58. International
Landwirtschaftsshau, Zimmerweg 16, 6000 Frankfurt/Main, West Germany,
telephone (0611) 7 16 80, telex: 4 131 85 dlg-d. The deadline for
participation in this show is September 15, 1983.

IKA HOGA 1984
International Culinary Art Exhibition/Hotel and Restaurant Trade Show
October 12-18, 1984

This rather specialized show may be of interest to U.S. food companies
involved in the hotel and restaurant trade. Their last show took place in








1980 and was attended by approximately 60,000 visitors from the hotel and
restaurant trade. Interested parties should contact Mr. Tiemeyer, Heckmann
GmbH Messen und Ausstellungen, Kapellenstr. 47, 6200 Wiesbaden, West Germany,
telephone (6121) 52 40 71, telex: 4 186 518.


MAILING LISTS

Through the use of computer technology, the Foreign Agricultural Service can
provide you with mailing lists of U.S. food exporters or potential foreign
food importers. The domestic and foreign data bases have been under
development for the last two years and are being constantly updated. For a
nominal service charge we can provide you with the names, addresses, telephone
numbers and telex numbers of domestic exporters and potential foreign
importers for a wide range of commodities. If you would like more information
please write to the address below and indicate your preference for foreign or
domestic data. In supplying the mailing lists, the Department of Agriculture
and the Foreign Agricultural Service does not guarantee reliability of the
domestic suppliers or foreign importers.

Foreign Agricultural Service
Export Programs Division, Room 4945-S
TORS Mailing Lists
Washington, D.C. 20250
(202) 447-7103


Guide to Selected Food Law Requirements
Federal Republic of Germany

The Office of the Agricultural Counselor at the American Embassy in Bonn, West
Germany, has translated and published a summary of the food ingredient and
additive laws of West Germany. These new provisions become effective December
26, 1983. Products that do not meet the new requirements must be sold or
withdrawn from the shelves by that date. The Agricultural Office reports that
West German buyers are already requesting that products meet the new laws.
Copies of the "GUIDE" may be obtained by completing the below:

Please send copy(ies) of the "Guide to Selected Food Law Requirements:
Federal Republic of Germany", each copy of which is $3.00. Enclosed is my
check for $ made payable to the USDA/FAS.

NAME

Organization

Address

City State Zip

Send To: Export Programs Division, ATTN: Debra Henke, Room 4945-S, Foreign
Agricultural Service, USDA, Washington, D.C. 20250. Phone: (202) 475-3416











In an effort to provide our subscribers with better information we have
included a listing of several divisions of the Foreign Agricultural Service.
If you have a commodity-specific question concerning a marketing or analytical
related problem please contact the specific Commodity and Marketing Programs
division of assistance. If you are concerned about trade issues concerning
product acceptance in a country or a trade policy related question please
contact the appropriate division in International Trade Policy.

COMMODITY AND MARKETING PROGRAMS


DIVISION


ROOM NO.


TELEPHONE


AREA CODE (202)


Dairy, Livestock & Poultry Division
Grain & Feed Division
Horticultural & Tropical Products Division
Oilseeds & Products Division
Tobacco, Cotton & Seeds Division
Forest Products Staff


6616-S
5603-S
6603-S
5646-S
5932-S
4554-S


447-8031
447-4168
447-6590
447-7037
382-9516
382-8138


INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY


Trade Policy Planning & Analysis Division
Inter-America & Western Europe Division
Asia, Africa & Eastern Europe Division


5530-S
5506-S
5548-S


FISCAL 1984 EXPORT PROMOTION SCHEDULE
FOR USDA/FAS SPONSORED EVENTS


LOCATION DATES ACTIVITIES


COSTA RICA


MARCH 1984
AUGUST 1984

MARCH 1984


PANAMA


BONANZA LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT
CAMPO AYALA LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT

DAVID INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT


WEST GERMANY

GUATEMALA


FEBRUARY 1984
OCTOBER 15-20, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED


TO BE ANNOUNCED


GREENWEEK
ANUGA

NATIONAL HORSE SHOW

NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW


382-1312
382-1338
382-1289









LOCATION DATES ACTIVITIES


HELSINKI

HONDURAS

HONG KONG

JAPAN




KOREA


NETHERLANDS


NIGERIA

PAKISTAN

SINGAPORE


VENEZUELA

TRINIDAD/TABAGO

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

OMAN AND KUWAIT

UNITED KINGDOM


FRANCE

ITALY


MEXICO


PERU


AUGUST 5-12, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED

APRIL 1984

MARCH 12-19, 1984
MAY 1984
JUNE 1984
NOVEMBER 9-10, 1983
NOVEMBER 14-15, 1983

JUNE 11-17, 1984
JUNE 11-17, 1984

MAY 1984
TO BE ANNOUNCED

SEPTEMBER 1984

MARCH 4-10, 1984

NOVEMBER 10-13, 1983
APRIL 24-27, 1984

SEPTEMBER 1984

SEPTEMBER 1984

JANUARY 1984

JANUARY 1984

OCTOBER 1983
JANUARY 1984

JUNE 18-22, 1984

MARCH 1984
SEPTEMBER 1984

NOVEMBER 1983
SEPTEMBER 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED


XVII WORLD POULTRY CONGRESS

CENTRAL AMER. LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT

FAS SOLO

HARUM I
AGENT SHOW (NAGOYA)
RED MEAT SHOW
WINE PROMOTION (OSAKA)
WINE PROMOTION (TOKYO)

KOR-HOTEL EXHIBIT
READ MEAT SHOW

AGENT SHOW
CATFISH PROMOTION

FAS SOLO

HAHORE HORSE & CATTLE SHOW

WINE ASIA SHOW
FOOD ASIA '84

FAS SOLO

FAS SOLO

FAS SOLO

SALES TEAM

PRE-ANUGA EXHIBIT
HEALTH FOOD SHOW

SIAL

VERONA FAIR
CREMONA DAIRY FAIR

QUERETARO DAIRY SHOW
NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW

SALES TEAM









LOCATION DATES ACTIVITIES


SAUDI ARABIA


TAIWAN


MAY 1984

MAY 1984


FAS SOLO

FAS SOLO


If interested in any of the above contact:

Export Programs Division
Foreign Agricultural Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Room 4945-South Building
Phone: (202) 447-6343
Washington, D.C. 20250










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