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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
Publisher:
Export Trade Services Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
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weekly
regular

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Produce trade -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
Export marketing -- Periodicals   ( lcsh )
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Issuing Body:
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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EXPORT ,RIEFS


The follow ing trade items have been gathered Itcm agricultural Attache and other goverilmlrtii repiorrt .i a
service to I'.5 eporlers of food and agricultural lproducls. In uppl np Ihre.trade leads (lie D)partlment io
Agriculture does nol guarantee reliability of Ithe onrc'as inquirer. "'oui bLhr sourCre lo further infirrniatlrin
on these trade leads is the listed foreign firm originating tlhe iivqui -Yvut ) aly conltact the E porl
Promotion Division. FAS. 12021 44'7 7103 L.


September 12, 1983


Corn (Egypt). Invitation for bid No. GAS
of U.S. No. 2 or better yellow corn in bu
Oct. 31, 1983. Commodity to be financed
opening will be Sept. 22, 1983 at 3:30 pm
the invitation for bid including specific
obtained by written request accompanied/b
the amount of $10.00 payable to the Embas
CONTACT: Embassy of the Arab Republic O
2232 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W., Washi t
265-9111. (WK 35/LETTER )


for 100,000 metric tons
pped between Oct. 5 and
oan/grant 263-K-604. Bid
1, p.C. time. A copy of
lmsg and conditions may be
c h, or money order in
ir b Republic of Egypt.
ercial & Economic Office,
.0008. Phone: (202)


Corn grits (Chile). Wants corn grits I(ft bew g), 1,500 tons, fat 1% max;
protein 8t max; extract 85% min all in dr sbs an e; humidity 12.5% max;
acidity (expressed as lactic acid in dr s .15-.25%; granulometric:
85% min over .59 mm (U.S. standard sie J or normal. Packed in new
polypropylene sacks. Delivery: 750 t Oct. 83; tons Nov. 83. Free of
live larvae and/or insects. Free of pontflineatinrand foreign materials.
Quote CAF Valparaiso, for U.S. port. Bnk.ref: anco Urquijo De Chile
Agustinas 621; Banco American Express, Astinas/,360. CONTACT: Juan Carlos
Vial, Compania Cervecerias Unidas S.A Nare- jida 131, Casilla 1977,
Santiago, Chile. TELEX: 240437 CL (CU-., l 60191. (WK 35/TOFAS 0248)


Garlic (Taiwan). Wants dried garlic \
50-60 mm up). Packed in 10 kg/wooden
or CIF. Bank ref: Chang HWA Commerc
Banking Corp. CONTACT: M. H. Shih,
73-77, Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX: 1276
394-1587. (WK: 35/STATE 5043)
Anthuriums (Italy). Interested in an,
quality, packed in cartons. Deliver
Banca Popolare Di Bologna E Ferrara
Ilovici, Oriella Trade Investments V
Italy. TELEX: 510670. Phone: 0 1-j


)0 mt, 1st grade (diameter
hmpt shipment. Quotations C&F
id Overseas Chinese Commercial
national Co., Ltd., P. 0. Box
1le: ABBEY Taipei. Phone:

100 cartons per week, top
SCIF Milan. Bank ref:
tro Bo. CONTACT: Sorin
, San Lazzaro, Bologna,
S35/TOFAS 1609)


Issued weekly by the Lxporl Promolion Division. Foreign Agricultural Sernice. L'.S Departnmenii of Apriculture.
Room 4945 South Building. %ashinglon. D C. 202W0








French Fries (W. Germany). Wants frozen prepared French fries, shoestring and
regular. Quantity: Container loads. Quality: Choice. Packaging: 6 x 5
lbs poly bags in cartons or similar. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF
Rotterdam. Other requirements: Must conform to German food law with regard
to anti- oxidants in fat. Bank ref: Deutsche Bank AG, Friedrich Ebert Ring
2, 5400 Koblenz. CONTACT: Mr. Franz Boehm, Franz Boehm, Laubach 1, 5300
Koblenz W. Germany. Telex: 862 608 BOCKO D. Tel: (261) 32067. (WK:
35/TOFAS 0091)
Lentils, oilseeds (Taiwan). Wants winter peas, green peas, sunflower and
safflower seeds, 54 mt monthly. Quality: No. 1&2. Packaging bulk or bags.
Delivery Oct-Dec 1983. Quotes CIF. Bank ref: Chang HWA Bank, Cheng Tung
Branch. CONTACT: Min Lang Sheu, Yi Jong Int'l Co., Ltd., 4, Nanking East
Road, Section 3, Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX: 27539 CORALART. (WK: 35/ST 5041)

Cotton comber waste (Taiwan). Wants 100% cotton comber waste, Sept. shipment:
2,U00U Ibs (2 containers) to 216,000 Ibs (6 containers); Oct. shipment: 72,000
lbs (2 containers). Order against .5 lb sample by return airmail, parcel
post. Standard export packing of pressed bale. One 20 ft. container about
36,000 Ibs. If trial order successfully made in Sept. or Oct. monthly orders
anticipated. Quotations CIF Kaohsiung in container load. Bamk ref: The
First Commercial Bank, Ching Mei Branch. CONTACT: Keyou Owyang, President,
Chien Ying Co., Ltd, 305 Hsing Lung Road 3rd Section, Ching Mei, Taipei,
Taiwan. TELEX: 27890 CYINGC TAIPEI. Phone: 9315002/9342576. (WK 35/STATE
5042)

Soybean meal (Peru). Wants soybean meal 500 mt monthly, pellets and/or meal.
Packaging in bags of 100 lbs. Delivery ASAP. Usual health certificates
required. Quote C&F. Bank ref: Banco Wiese, Lima. CONTACT: Federico Reyna
Rios, Federico Reyna Rios E Hijos S.A., Jr. Ucayali 161, Of. 12, Lima 1,
Peru. TELEX: 25210 PE CP SHERA or 5650 PE CP SHERA. CABLE: FERERI.
Phone: 278183/312675. (WK 35/TOFAS 0231)

Cats (Peru). Wants oats, 1,000 mt, whole grain and/or whole groat. Packaging
in jute/polyetheline bags of 100 Ib. Delivery ASAP. Usual health
certificates required. Quotations C&F. Bank ref: Banco Wiese, Lima.
CONTACT: Federico Reyna Rios, Federico Reyna Rios E Hijos S.A., Jr. Ucayali
161, Of. 12, Lima 1, Peru. TELEX: 25210 PE CP SHERA/25650 PE CP SHERA.
CABLE: FERERI. Phone: 278183/312675. (WK 35/TOFAS 0232)
Tender for bull semen (Tunisia). Tender deadline extended to Sept. 15, 1983
for semen from proven bulls. 30,000 doses Holstein breed, No. of bulls: at
least 20, PDM plus 1,000 lbs., 70% repreatability, fat test: 3.5%; 10,000
doses Brown Swiss of Shwitz, No. of bulls: at least 5, PDM plus 800, 60%
repeatability, fat test: 3.6%. In liquid nitrogen tanks containing
5,000/10,000 doses each, in straws of .25/.50 C.C. Delivery between Oct. &
Nov. '83. U.S. companies willing to use blended credit program. No. of live
cells post thaw in water (35 degrees centigrade): 15 million live cells per
does, motility 70%. Total & per unit price with/without containers and cost
and freight Tunis-Carthage Airport, Tunis (Tunisia). Bank ref: Banque Nat'l
De Tunisie. Copy of original English language tender can be obtained by
calling FAS Dairy Livestock and Poultry Division (202) 447-3899. CONTACT:
The President/Director General, Office De L'Elevage Et Des Paturages, 30, Rue
Alain Savary, 1002 Tunis, Tunisia. TELEX: 13630 OFELPA. (WK 35/TOFAS 0155)








Seafood products (Taiwan). Wants brine shrimp eggs, brine shrimp flakes, and
brine shrimp enzyme complex. Brine shrimp at least 96%. Packaging: from 21
gm can pack to one pound can pack. Delivery within 30 days after receipt of
Letter of Credit. Quote FOB. Bank ref: The Chang HWA Commercial Bank, Ltd,
and HWA Nan Commercial Bank, Ltd. CONTACT: L. H. Chang, CNC Enterprises Co.,
Ltd., 11-1 FI., No. 64 Nanking East Rd., Sec. 5, Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX:
22231 CNCENTCO. CABLE: CNCENTCO TAIPEI. Phone: (02)763-2966. (WK 35/ST
5130)

Goat and sheep carcass, variety meats (Taiwan). Wants sheep (mutton) & goat
carcasses (skin-off) bone-in. Each carcass must weigh at least 18 kilos.
Also wants organ meats (stomach, intestines, testicles, heart, liver). Must
be from beef cattle or sheep. (Note: offal imports are prohibited but buyer
wishes to locate potential suppliers to contact should import ban be lifted).
Two 20-foot containers per month probably on a long-term basis for carcasses.
Goat & sheep carcass should be lean. Frozen, shipped via freezer container.
Shipment immediate if price & quality acceptable. Quote CIF Kaohsiung. Bank
ref: Hua Nan Commercial Bank, 489 Chung Shan 2nd Rd, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
CONTACT: Robert Storey, Chu Yow Ind. Co., Ltd., Suite 3, 6th fl., No. 533
Chung Shan 2nd Rd, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. TELEX: 73330 CHU YOW. Phone:
(07)261-2620. (WK 35/STATE 5142)

Turn-key or joint venture operation for dairy farm (Egypt). Seeking firms to
supply turn-key or joint venture operation for a dairy cattle farm & milk
processing, with an average of 100 milking cows on a newly developed farm
north of Cairo. Please supply catalogs & detailed information regarding
qualifications and recent experience and prices. Also clients in Egypt have
recently brought 20,000 fadan (approx. 4,200 sq. meters per one fadan).
Looking for immediate responses from companies interested in developing the
land into productive agricultural farms. CONTACT: Mr. or Mrs. Shalaby,
I.I.T., Inc., P.O. Box 1445, 622 Bloomfield Ave., Suite 7, Bloomfield, New
Jersey 07003, USA. Phone: (201)635-6042. (WK 35/LETTER 0002)

Rennet (Colombia). Wants rennet (powdered or in tablets) wishes to become a
distributor. Interested in one million tablets, 550 mg, 5,000 tablet
cartons. Delivery in 3 months. GOC requirements must be met. Quotations FOB
U.S. port. Bank ref: Banco De Colombia, Calle 57 Bogota. CONTACT: Orlando
Bejar, Productos El Principe, Apartado 80669 Bogota, Colombia. Phone:
233-6881. (WK 35/TOFAS 0206)

Escargo (Venezuela). Wants escargoes a) Helix Aspersa; b) Borgogna, 10,000
each for reproduction, best available. Delivery Dec. '83 Jan '84. Sanitary
certificate from country of origin required. Quotations FOB La Guaira. Bank
ref: Banco De La Construccion Y Oriente, and Miranda Entidad De Ahorro Y
Prestamo. CONTACT: Ms. Gisela Panier, Expoagro Mangullo, Apartado 80390
Prados Del Este, Caracas 1089-A, Venezuela. Phone: 962-1661/31-6306. (WK
35/TOFAS 0085)
Mushroom spores (Venezuela). Wants mushroom spores, for production of 4,000
kg/month, best available. Delivery Dec. '83 Jan. '84 sanitary certificate
from country of origin required. Quotations CIF La Guaira. Bank ref: Banco
De La Construccion Y Oriente, and Miranda Entidad De Ahorro Y Prestamo.
CONTACT: Ms. Gisela Panier, Expoagro Mangullo, Apartado 80390, Prados Del
Este, Caracas 1080-A, Venezuela. Phone: 962-1661/31-6306. (WK 35/ TOFAS
0082)








Food rations (Japan). Wants packed foods for use in an emergency or natural
disaster, and similar to "C ration" used by the U.S. Army, about 100,000 dols
worth for the initial year and expected to be increased for the subsequent
years. Top quality, packed in retail packs. Immediate delivery by surface
shipment. Samples and a complete ingredient statement are requried.
Quotations C&F Kobe. CONTACT: Takeo Fujihara, Fujihara Trading Company, C/O
Namba Bldg., 8-9, 2-Chdme, Moto-Machi, Naniwa-Ku, Japan. TELEX: J65288
FUJIHARE. CABLE: "THEDIPPER" OSAKA. Phone: (06)632-0160. (WK 35/TOFAS
0704)

Canned vegetables (Japan). Wants canned vegetables beans, garlic, onions,
tomatoes, potatoes, etc. Total of twenty metric tons per year, top quality .
Retail packs. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. Products must not
contain agricultural chemicals or food additives. Quotations C&F. Bank ref:
Sumitomo Branch Ebara Branch, Tokyo. CONTACT: Takashi Fukunaga, Crossroad
Inc., 1-38-20, Higashi-Magome, Ohta-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. CABLE: "CROSSROADS".
Phone: (777)2161. (WK 35/TOFAS 0705)


INVESTMENT MISSION TO TURKEY

USDA and the Overseas Private Investment (OPIC) are co-sponsoring an
investment mission to Turkey October 2-13, 1983. The objective of the mission
is to increase U.S. private investment in Turkey. While the mission focuses
on four industry segments, the agribusiness sector is the largest segment.
More than 200 separate project profiles have been submitted by Turkish firms
who are seeking some type of involvement by U.S. firms, such as joint
ventures, technology assistance, financing, etc., in agribusiness projects.
The mission will be led by USDA's Deputy Secretary, Richard Lyng and OPIC's
President, Craig Nalen. The cost per participating U.S. firms is $5,200 which
includes air and ground transportation, hotels, printed materials and some
other expenses. Contact with Turkish government officials and individual
private firms seeking U.S. investment will be arranged.

Firms interested in exploring possible joint ventures in Turkish agribusiness
projects by participating in the October mission should contact either of the
following:

John D. Jacobs, Foreign Agricultural Service
USDA, Washington
Phone: (202) 382-9171

Richard Post, Overseas Private Investment Corp.
Phone: (202) 653-2917








Technical Office Notices

If you have any questions regarding the following announcements below or would
like a copy for reference, or 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.

AUSTRALIA QUEENSLAND'S FOOD ACT IN EFFECT The Technical Office has recently
received copies of the Queensland Food Act which is based on Australia's Model
Food Act and is now in effect. The relevant labeling requirement reads as
follows:

"... Every package of food intended for sale shall bear on it a label setting
out in the manner prescribed.., the name and business address of the vendor,
manufacturer or packer or, in the case of imported food, the name and business
address in Australia of the importer..."

The Government of Australia is actively promoting adoption of the Model Food
Act in order to achieve uniform labeling requirements throughout Australia.
(Under Australia's legal system, this is a matter within the states'
jurisdiction.) The Model Food Act has been endorsed by all the States, but
only Queensland has adopted it to date.

CANADA PROPOSAL FOR LABELING AND USE OF IRRADIATION IN FOODS We recently
received a copy of a Communique which Canada mailed to all food manufacturers,
food trade associations, consumer associations and food importers which covers
four possible options for the labeling of irradiated foods. Final date for
comments on their proposal is October 26, 1983.

CANADA PROPOSAL FOR THE USE OF FLAVOR DESCRIPTIVES IN THE COMMON NAME OF A
FOOD This proposal covers the use of flavor descriptives in the common name
of a food when the characterizing flavor is provided by a flavor preparation
or an artificial flavor preparation. Final date for comments is early October
1983.

IRELAND ORDER BANNING THE USE OF CERTAIN UNITS OF MEASUREMENT The Irish
Government has made an Order banning the use of certain units of measurement,
effective November 1, 1983. The Order is part of a phasing in of the
International System of Units. A further number of units will be banned at
the end of December.

JAPAN ELEVEN PROPOSED FOOD ADDITIVES HAVE BEEN OFFICIALLY APPROVED We have
been advised that the 11 food additives proposed for use in Japan were
officially approved on August 27, 1983. Exact details on foods the additives
will be acceptable in and ppms allowed will be forthcoming.

JAPAN REVISION OF CURRENT LABELING REGULATIONS In view of the approval of
the 11 new food additives, the Japanese Ministry of health and Welfare will
revise the current labeling regulation. They have forwarded us copies of the
planned revisions.








Foreign Market Developments

2nd U.S. International Food Show, New York City, April 15-18, 1984. A repeat
performance of this successful food show will be held in the New York Coliseum
next year. This show was established in the traditional European style in
that both foreign and American exhibitors are permitted to participate. New
York City offers many commercial and cultural advantages and will be
especially at this time due to the pleasant spring weather and Easter
holidays. For further information, contact USIFS, Inc., Suite 5080, Two World
Trade Center, New York 10047. Telex No. 420859 (EUSAFEC).


INTERNATIONAL MARKETING HANDBOOK

The Southern United States Trade Association (SUSTA) is now offering for sale
the second edition of the SUSTA "International Marketing Handbook". The
"International Marketing Handbook", particularly popular within the food and
agricultural product community, furnishes the novice as well as seasoned
exporter with valuable suggestions, contacts, and information concerning the
international sale of food and agricultural products.

Briefly, the 135-page handbook highlights the roles and responsibilities of
the international banker, freight forwarder, steamship agent, and maritime
insurance agent in the international food trade. Each of these role
descriptions, written by well-known experts, describes the procedures involved
in moving food products safely into foreign markets. To facilitate
communications with associations, and federal and state agencies, the handbook
provides names and addresses of institutions that offer assistance or
publications within the food export trade. Many of these publications are
available at no cost. Livestock producers should be particularly interested
in the articles pertaining to the foreign transport and sale of breeding
livestock which is definitely strong in the southern region.

In addition, the American Foreign Trade Definitions, provided in the handbook,
are a necessity for any serious food exporter. The new updated version of the
"INTERNATIONAL MARKETING HANDBOOK" can be obtained from the SUSTA Office:
SUSTA, ITM Bldg., Suite 338, P. 0. Box 228, New Orleans, Louisiana 70130. The
cost including postage is $7.00 payable to SUSTA by check or money order.


CONTACTS FOR U.S. FARM PRODUCTS
A FREE EXPORT PROMOTION TOOL


The tradeletter, CONTACTS for U.S. Farm Products, is an export promotion
service offered FRKt by tne Foreign Agricultural Service to help American
companies introduce agricultural products to foreign markets. The CONTACTS
provides names and addresses of U.S. suppliers and a brief description of the
agricultural products they offer. CONTACTS is designed to help publicize the
availability of U.S. agricultural products and services in foreign markets.








The CONTACTS tradeletter will allow a U.S. supplier to advertise their product
or service in a free 100 word or less trade announcement. The newsletter is
transmitted overseas monthly to our Agricultural Officers where they
distribute it to agricultural importers. In addition, the newsletter is
translated into Japanese, Spanish, French, Italian, and Greek. If you would
like to participate in this program contact the marketing representative with
your State Department of Agriculture, or call (202) 447-7103 for further
information on how to participate in the CONTACTS program. While preference
for participation in this program is given to new-to-market products and
new-to-export firms, all firms are invited to participate.


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

FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE COMMODITY SPECIALISTS

In an effort to provide our subscribers with more comprehensive 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 for 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 6616-S 447-8031
Grain & Feed Division 5603-S 447-4168
Horticultural & Tropical Products Division 6603-S 447-6590





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Oilseeds & Products Division 5646-S 447-7037
Tobacco, Cotton & Seeds Division 5932-S 382-9516
Forest Products Staff 4554-S 382-8138

INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY

Trade Policy Planning & Analysis Division 5530-S 382-1312
Inter-America & Western Europe Division 5506-S 382-1338
Asia, Africa & Eastern Europe Division 5548-S 382-1289







FISCAL 1984 EXPORT PROGRAMS SCHEDULE
FOR USDA/FAS SPONSORED EVENTS


LULCAIUN

COSTA RICA


EL SALVADOR

FINLAND

FRANCE

GUATEMALA


HONDURAS

HONG KONG

ITALY


JAPAN




KOREA


MEXICO


NETHERLANDS


NIGERIA

OMAN AND KUWAIT

PAKISTAN

PANAMA

PERU

SINGAPORE


PERU


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March 1984
August 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED

August 5-12, 1984

June 18-22, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED
TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

May 1-2, 1984

March 11-18, 1984
September 14-23, 1984

November 9-10, 1983
November 14-15, 1983
March 12-19, 1984
May 1984
June 1984

June 11-17, 1984
June 11-17, 1984

December 5-12, 1983
Septebmer 1984

May 1984
TO BE ANNOUNCED

September 1984 (Tentative)

January 22-26, 1984

March 4-10, 1984

March 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED

November 10-13, 1983
April 24-27, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED


AL IIVll It b

Bonanza Livestock Exhibit
Campo Ayala Livestock Exhibit

National Livestock Show

XVII World Poultry/Congress

SIAL

National Horse Show
National Livestock Show

Central American Livestock Exhibit (EXPICA)

FAS Solo

Verona Fair
Cremona Dairy Fair

Wine Promotion (OSAKA)
Wine Promotion (TOKYO)
Harumi
Agent Show (Nagoya)
Agent Show (Sapporo)

KOR-HOTEL Exhibit
Red Meat Show

Queretaro Dairy Show
National Livestock Show

Agent Show
Catfish Promotion

FAS Solo

Sales Team

Lahore Horse & Cattle Show

David International Livestock Exhibit

Sales Team

Wine Asia Show
Food Asia '84

Sales Team





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LOCATION

SINGAPORE


TAIWAN

TRINIDAD/TOBAGO

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

UNITED KINGDOM

VENEZUELA

WEST GERMANY


If interested in any of the


Above shows, contact:

Export Programs Division
Foreign Agricultural Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Room 4945-South Building
Washington, D.C. 20250

Telephone: (202) 447-3031


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November 10-13, 1983
April 24-27, 1984

May 1984 (Tentative)

September 1984 (Tentative)

January 16-19, 1984

April 8-10, 1984

September 1984 (Tentative)

January 26-February 6, 1984
October 15-20, 1983


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Wine Asia Show
Food Asia '84

FAS Solo

FAS Solo

FAS Solo

Health Food Show

FAS Solo

Greenweek
ANUGA







FOREIGN AGRICULTURE CIRCULARS


The Foreign Agricultural Service issues a number of Foreign Agriculture Circulars during the year on various commodities
and export services for the food and agricultural trade, as well as specialized publications pertaining to individual commodities.

HOW TO ORDER. Check the title of each publication you wish to order. Remit a check for the total amount payable to
the Foreign Agricultural Service. Only checks on U.S. banks, cashier's checks, or international money orders will be accepted
in payment. NO REFUNDS CAN BE MADE. Mail this form to: Foreign Agricultural Service
Information Division
Information Services Staff, Room 5918-S
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250

PLEASE ENTER THE NUMBER OF SUBSCRIPTIONS DESIRED BELOW: SUBSCRIPTION RATE
Domestic Foreign
Mailing Mailing

10003 COFFEE 3 issues) $ 5.00 $10.00
10004 COTTON (12 issues) 20.00 30.00

DAIRY. LIVESTOCK & POULTRY.
10005 EXPORT TRADE & PROSPECTS (8 issues) 14.00 22.00
10006 MEAT & DAIRY MONTHLY IMPORTS (12 issues) 20.00 25.00
10007 DAIRY SITUATION (2 issues) 3.00 4.00
10008 LIVESTOCK & POULTRY SITUATION 12 issues) 4.00 7.00
10009 ALL 24 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 41.00 58.00

GRAINS:
10010 WORLD GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (18 issues) 31.00 45.00
10011 EXPORT MARKETS FOR US. GRAIN (12 issues) 20.00 30.00
10013 USSR GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (12 issues) 15.00 20.00
10014 ALL 42 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 66.00 95.00

10015 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS (12 issues) 20.00 30.00
10016 OILSEEDS& PRODUCTS (14 issues) 30.00 45.00
10017 SEEDS (4 issues) 9.00 15.00
10018 SUGAR, MOLASSES & HONEY (4 issues) 7.00 11.00
10019 TEA, SPICES & ESSENTIAL OILS (3 issues) 5.00 7.00
10020 TOBACCO (12 issues) 25.00 40.00
10021 WORLD CROP PRODUCTION 112 issues) 18.00 25.00
10022 COCOA 12 issues 3.00 4.00

TOTAL REPORTS ORDERED TOTAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE

ENCLOSED IS MY CHECK FOR $ MADE PAYABLE TO FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE.

NAME (Lat. firs, middle initial)



ORGANIZATION OR FIRM


STREET OR P.O. BOX NUMBER



CITY STATE ZIP CODE



COUNTRY



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OR TYPE the new address, including ZIP CODE an
return the whole sheet and/or envelope to:
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Washington. D C 20250


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