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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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X I EXPORT BRIEFS

The following trade items have been gathered from Agricultural Attache and other government reports as a
service 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, (202) 447-7103.

PRODUCTS SOUGHT BY FOREIGN IMPORTERS




May 14, 1984


BEEF, FROZEN (TAIWAN). Wants 1 or 2 containers per month, high grade. Standard
export packaging required. Delivery ASAP. Quote: FOB or C&F. Bank ref: Bank of
America, International Commercial Bank of China, Bank of China. CONTACT: T.W.
Chaing, President Enterprises Corp., 301, Chung Cheng Rd., Yan Harng, Yung Kang,
Tainan, Taiwan. Telex: 71348 PRESIT. Phone : 06-253-2121 (WK 19/TAIPEI 2514)

CANNED VEGETABLES (SAUDI ARABIA). Quantity: mixed container-load. Packaging:
retail and catering sizes. Quality: medium and cheaper quality. Delivery:
immediately after negotiating prices and receipt of samples. Other requirements:
Arabic labeling. Quote: CNF Jeddah. Bank ref: British Bank (Caravan Center
Branch). CONTACT: Khalid Kamal, A.S. Al Khanbashi Est, P.O. Box 13098, Jidda, Saudi
Arabia. Telex: 405461 ANAJAH SJ. Phone: 683-4916 683-2053. (WK 19/TOFAS 0106)

CHANTERELLE MUSHROOMS (CANADA). Quantity: containers. CONTACT: Mr. Tim Dohan,
Northam Food Trading Inc., 3300 Cote Verty, Suite 318, Montreal, Quebec H4R 2B7,
Canada. Telex: 05-826745 NORTHAM MTL. Phone: (514) 331-9961. (WK 19/TOFAS 72)

CORN, YELLOW (CANADA). Wants 10,000 MT of U.S. No. 1 or 2 grade. Delivery ASAP.
Quote: FOB port or C&F Marmara. Bank ref: furnished on request. CONTACT: Bob
Boisjoli, Ticaret Trading, 1400 St. Catherine St. West, Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G
1, Canada. Telex: 05-25134 MONTREAL. Phone: 514-861-5881. (WK 18/TOFAS 65)

CORN (EGYPT). Wants 30,000 MT of U.S. No. 5 grade yellow or broken corn. Bulk
packaging. Delivery to begin in July. Quote: FOB. Bank ref: Cairo Barkley's
Bank. CONTACT: M.A. El Kader A. Younis, Saba Trade, 5, Ahmed Orabi Street,
Alexandria, Egypt. Telex: 54398 NIL GF or 54505 AZMER. Cable: NILE GULF ALEX.
Phone: Alexandria (22393) or Cairo (694312). (WK 19/TOFAS 29)

DEER AND SHEEP (TAIWAN). Wants Fallow deer, 80-100 hd; Axis deer, 40 hd; Flk deer,
10 hd; Barbados sheep, 200 hd. Deer should be 3 yrs old and sheep 12-18 months old
(male 60 kg, female 50 kg) female pregnant preferred. Export standard packaging.
Delivery to be arranged. Quote: C&F, CIF and FOB. Bank ref: First Commercial
Bank, Tainan Branch and International Commercial Bank of China. CONTACT: Mr. Tsai or
Lin Po-Cheng, Chun Shan Fram Co., Ltd., Office 258-1, Pei-Hwa Street, Tainan,
Taiwan. Telex: 71342 KHT. Phone: (06) 253-2116. (WK 19/TAIPEI 2548)


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









DIETETIC PRODUCTS (CHILE). This firm wants to study the possibility of importing a
line of dietetic products (including for diabetics) from the U.S. They wish to
receive catalogues, product line, prices, and any other available information.
CONTACT: Francisco Ponce, Sivi Ltda., Bernardino Corral 379, Concepcion, Chile. (WK
19/TOFAS 0123)

DYSPHYMA PLACKY PLANTS (BAHRAIN). Wants 53,000 of these low level shrub trees to
be utilized in government of Bahrain landscaping projects. Quote: C&F Bahrain.
Require price quote ASAP. CONTACT: A. Hankinson, Baker Wilkens and Smith, P.O Box
5002, Manama, Bahrain. Telex: 8963. Phone: 251057. (WK 19/1OFAS 102)

FATTY ACIDS (W. GERMANY). Wants thousands of tons annually, individual shipments
up to 500 MT of refined fatty acids of animal and vegetable origin. Quote: CIF
Rotterdam. Bank ref: Deutsche Bank AG, Bahnhofstr. 8, 6940 Weinheim, W. Germany.
CONTACT: Mr. Hans-Guenther Becker, Chemische Fabrik Fridingen, Gustav Ruebelmann
GmbH & Co., Industriestr. 3, Postfach 1140, 6806 Viernheim bei Mannheim, W. Germany.
Phone: 6204-2071-73. Telex: 465407. (WK 19/TOFAS 29)

FAVA BEANS (SAUDI ARABIA). Wants 200,000 cases of canned beans. Packaging: 24
cans or 453 grams/carton. Importer will supply sample of Arabic/English label.
Quote: C&F Jidda. Bank ref: Saudi British Bank, Jidda. CONTACT: Abdul Hadi Sabr,
Arabian Establishment For Trade, P.O Box 832, Jidda, Saudi Arabia. Telex: 401138 AET
SJ or 402878 AET SJ. Phone: 642-4351. (WK 19/TOFAS 115)

FEED GRADE PHOSPHORIC ACID AND UREA (PRILLED) (SOUTH AFRICA). Wants 20 MT each.
Quality: feed grade phosphoric acid as concentrated as possible, preferably over
70%. Delivery 60 days from order placement. Quote: CIF Durban Harbor and Maputo
Harbor. Bank ref: Nedbank, Siemert Rd., Braamfontein, Johannesburg. CONTACT:
Ronald Weissenberg, Micronized Products, P.O. Box 15573, Doornfontein 2028,
Johannesburg, South Africa. Telex: 83812. Cable: VERMICAMIN. Phone: (011)
6181410/6181411/6181412. (WK 19/TOFAS 89)

FICUS BENJAMIN AND OTHER TALL PLANTS (BELGIUM) Wants plants 4 to 8 meters high.
Quantity: relative to price and offers received. Quality: first grade,
Packaging: plants should be boxed for re-export. Delivery ASAP. Quote: C&F Belgium
and The Netherlands. Other req: wishes to be advised on delivery time, receive
complete information on other tall plants, be informed about eventual problems i.e.
leaf fall etc. CONTACT: Mr. H. Vermeulen, P.V.B.A VERMEULEN, Groddeweg 2, B-3200
Kessel-Lo/Leuven, Belgium. Phone: 33 (16) 255808 and 33 (16) 250960 Telex: 25802.
(WK 19/TOFAS 18)

FISH MEAL; LINSEED CAKE; SUNFLOWER MEAL (TAIWAN). Wants 200 MT per month in 50 kgs
bags. Quality: fodder use grade. Delivery from June 1984. Quote: CIF Taiwan.
Bank ref: First Commercial Bank, Taichung Branch. CONTACT: W.C. Chang, President,
Fu Sheng Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 15-35, Taichung. Taiwan. Telex: 51519 FUSHENG. Phone:
(04) 228-0780. (WK 19/TAIWAN 2648)

FROZEN CHICKENS (SWITZERLAND). Quantity: 20 MT monthly (80% broilers, w/o
giblets; 20% oven-ready with giblets). Quality: air-frozen chickens; max. water
content 2-3%; giblets in polythene bag inside chicken. Packaging: broilers
600/650/700/750/800/850/900/950/1000/1100/1200 gr. Oven ready:
1000/1100/1200/1300/1400 gr. One size per carton. Each carton containing 10-14
kgs., shipped in 20 MT insulated freezing containers. Other requirements: offers
only from producers. Quote: CIF Rotterdam. Bank ref: St. Gallen Kantonalbank,
9430 St. Margrethen. CONTACT: H.P. Gantenbein, Gantenbein AG, P.O. Box 257, Joh.
Brasselerstr. 16, 9430 St. Margrethen SG, Switzerland. Telex: 77228 GANSICH.
Phone: 071-71 19 33. (WK 19/TOFAS 0079)









HEALTH FOODS (EGYPT). The Andalus company is looking for management and technical
know-how for the production of health foods under license. All financing provided by
Andalus company. No investment from U.S. firms, only technical know-how needed.
CONTACT: Dr. Aly Mehelba, Chairman, Andalas Acid S.A.E., 8 Zahran Roushdy St, Gleem,
P.O. Box 861, Alexandria, Egypt. Telex: 54679 ACID UN. Phone: 967531. (WK
19/ALEXANDRIA 377)

HEDGE FOREST TREES, FRUIT TREE-ROOTSTOCK (NETHERLANDS). Dutch company wants to
receive catalog and prices from nurseries. Bank ref: Credit Lyonnais, Winshoten.
CONTACT: J.H. Kloosterhuis, Jr., Jan H. Kloosterhuis B.V., Zuiderveen 46, 9673 TB
Winschoten, Netherlands. Telex: 77156. Phone: 5970-13764. (WK-19/TOFAS 160)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in U.S. partner for project located at Agbara
Estate in Ogun State in Lagos State. Objective is production and processing of fruits
and vegetables for local market. Particularly gari (cassava) and tomatoes.
Feasibility study completed. Partner required for technical assistance primarily.
Equity is open; Afro-Farms is 60% Israeli owned. Immediate investment $2 million.
Market envisioned is $200,000 in first year, doubled in second with further
increases. Parent company has extensive experience in agricultural and ag-regulated
projects. Bank ref: Bank of Nigeria, Ltd. and International Merchant Bank of
Nigeria. In Europe, Bank Leumi Le-Israel, Zurich. CONTACT: Dov Zilbershtein,
Afro-Farms, Ltd., 24 Wharf Rd., Apapa, P.O Box 2269, Apapa, Lagos, Nigeria. Telex:
23175 AFROST NG. Phone: 875527. (WK 19/TOFAS 75)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in joint venture with U.S. partners) in a
large scale farming project on 1,000 acres of land in Anambra State, for the
production of corn, cassava, cashew nuts, fruits and vegetables. Also includes
livestock and feeds production, preservation, canning, warehousing and marketing.
Feasibility study and other development processes in progress. Partner(s) needed for
management, equipment recommendation, equity participation, technical assistance,
raw materials supply and company specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian
and 40% foreign. Total investment $5 million. Bank ref: Nigeria Arab Bank, Ltd.,
Broad St. Lagos and Bank of the North, Makurdi, Benue State. CONTACT: Abdullahi I.
Okechukwu, Managing Director., Amiefo Co. (Nigeria) Ltd., 19 Shipeolu St., Onipanu,
P.O. Box 9104, Lagos Nigeria. Cable: EMIGRAMS. (WK 19/TOFAS 150)

JOINT VENTURE (NIGERIA). Interested in mechanized grain and integrated poultry and
other livestock farming. Land is available at Bantaje (Donga) by River Doea in
Gongola State. Objective is to produce grains, livestock and other protein foods to
satisfy the demands of Gongola & other states of the federation. Feasibility study
and installation of other infrastructures in progress. Partner(s) expected to be
active farmers and required for management, equip. recommendation, equity
participation, tech. assistance, raw materials supply and company specialization.
Equity participation 60% Nigerian and 40% foreign. Total investment $3.4 million.
Bank ref: Bank of the North, Kaduna and Union Bank, Kaduna, Kaduna State. CONTACT:
David P. Binga, Controller, David Pyeninga Binga Co., P.O. Box 875, Kaduna, Kaduna
State Nigeria. Phone: (062) 210746/214909. (WK 19/TOFAS 93)

LEMONS, FRESH (TAIWAN). Wants 50 MT of high grade product. Packaging: cartons.
Delivery March May. Quote: CIF and FOB. Bank ref: First Commercial Bank.
CONTACT: Herbert Liao, Manager, Huosen Company Ltd., 188-1 Chao Chou Street, Taipei,
Taiwan. Telex: 26807 HOUSEN. Phone: (02) 393-6997. (WK 17/TAIPEI 2516)










POPCORN (TAIWAN). Wants two 20-ft containers per order with 38/1 popping ratio in
50 lb. paper sacks. Delivery: September/October 1984. Quote: CIF. Bank ref:
Overseas Chinese Commercial Banking Corp., Taipei Branch. CONTACT: Chun Tsan Cheng,
Director, Wan Lin Trading Co., Ltd., No. 121, Section 1, Ti Hwa St., Taipei, Taiwan.
Telex: 25187 WANLIANG. Cable: "WANLIANG" Taipei. Phone: (02) 581-1463. (WK
19/TAIPEI 2547)

RABBIT (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC). Wants 1,000 females (500 California, 500 New Zealand)
and 100 reproducing males (California or New Zealand breeds). Delivery ASAP. Health
inspection certificate from qualified U.S. veterinarian. Quote: C&F. Bank ref:
Banco De Santander and Banco De Reservas. CONTACT: Fernando Otazu and Hermandos
Otazu, Av. Tiradentes No. Altos De Estacion Shell, Santo Domingo, Dominican
Republic. Phone: (809) 566-1662 and (809) 566-1696. (WK 19/TOFAS 85)

RICE (SAUDI ARABIA). Wanfs 1,930, 100-lb. bags per month. U.S. No. 1 medium
grain, calrose max. 4-5 % broken, latest crop. Packaging single polypropylene bags.
Delivery beginning mid-June. Other req: company name and phone number stenciled on
bags. Quote: C&F Damman. Bank ref: Saudi Investment Banking Corp., Al-Khobar.
CONTACT: Jin Hyun Cho, Al-Najim Saudi Int'l Co. Ltd., P.O. Box 1017, Jidda, Saudi
Arabia. Telex: 602451 HISHAM SJ. Phone: 8943467/8942163.(WK 19/TOFAS 111)

RICE, MILLED AND BY-PRODUCTS; HONEY; HOT SAUCE; SALAD DRESSING AND MAYONNAISE; BLACK
EYE PEAS (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES). Firm is department type store and is interested in
expanding into U.S. brands of the above products. CONTACT: Mr. Tikamdas, Owner, M.
Tikmadas and Sons, P.O. Box 321, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirate. Telex: 22843
EMSONS EM. Phone: 725660/721497. (WK 19/ABU DHABI 1721)

SEED FOR PLANTING (SOUTH AFRICA). Seed for planting cow peas. Any of following
varieties Black Eye, Big Texas, Mississippi Silver, Chinese Red, Iron Clay.
Quantity: 300 MT, any one or combination. Quality: seller to specify
impurities/germination best possible, and state samples drawn by official source,
E.G. Dept. of Agriculture or like official. Fumigation NY photoxin only.
Phytosanitary certificates/orange (intl.) on impurities/germination. Samples
required: DHL courier to following addressee. Packaging: bagged number size or
bagged material stipulation. Delivery: June/July, all or in portions. Quote: CIF
Durban Harbor. Bank ref: Barclays Bank, Johannesburg. CONTACT: Dr. Robert Munro,
Afro-Global Group, 130 Main Street, Johannesburg 2000, South Africa. Telex: 8-3964
SA. Phone: (011) 331-3933 or 331-3691. (WK 19/TOFAS 0093)

SKIM MILK POWDER; MEAT AND BONE MEAL (TAIWAN). Wants products for animal feed,
specifically rejected milk powder. Quantity on container basis, 20 or 25 kgs per
package. Delivery within 40 days after receipt of Letter of Credit. Quote: CIF.
Bank ref: First Commercial Bank, Min Sheng Branch, Taipei. CONTACT: Der-Sheng Lin,
President, Yu Chuan Enterprise Co., Ltd., Rm. 701 Kan-ning Bldg., No.293, Sung-Chaing
Rd, Taipei, Taiwan. Telex: 23298 YUCHUAN. Cable: "YUCHUAN" Taipei. Phone:
(02) 541-5768 or 541-5770. (WK 19/TAIPEI 2515)

SOYBEAN MEAL (NETHERLANDS). Wants 6,000 MT with 48% protein and 6,000 MT with 44%
protein. Standard quality specifications and standard packaging. Delivery: 1,000
MT 48% protein and 1,000 MT 44% protein each month starting July 1984. Quote: CIF
Alexandria, Egypt. CONTACT: Mr. Ayad, Alfa Chemicals B.V., Rianzistraat 35, 2555 Jl,
The Hague, Netherlands Telex: 32258 ALFA NL. Phone: 070-251669. (WK 19/TOFAS
158)









SOYMEAL, MEAT MEAL AND FISH MEAL (SAUDI ARABIA). Wants 2,000 MT each. Packaged in
50 kg. jute bags by container. Quote: CIF Damman. Bank ref: Saudi Cairo Bank,
Wadir Branch, Riyadh. CONTACT: Mr. Tawfiq and Mr. Tahoun, Al Medyan Est., P.O. Box
15150, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Telex: 203352 RASS SJ. Phone: 477-6267 or 479-3372.
(WK 19/TOFAS 105)

SUGAR, FLOUR, RICE (SWITZERLAND). Quantity: 100,000 MT of each commodity.
Quality: sugar refined; flour 74-76 R or 78, 80 R; rice long grain, milled or
semi-milled, 5% broken and shrunk. Quote: CIF Bagdad, Iraq. Bank ref: Rafida
Bank, Iraq Central Bank, Bagdad. CONTACT: T. Hatipoglu, Northex Ag, Albertstrasse
11, 8005 Zurich, Switzerland. Telex: 823196 DN CH. Phone: 01-42 34 17. (WK
19/TOFAS 81)

SWINE (Venezuela). Quantity: 250 boars, 50 gilts. Quality: registered,
Yorkshire, Landrace, Duroc Jersey, Poland China. Delivery beginning June 1984.
Quote: CIF La Guaira, CIF Maiquetia. Other requirements: sanitary certificate from
country of origin. Bank ref: BCO Consolidado, Caracas. CONTACT: Jose Maria Tizon,
Assoc. Nac. de Criadores de Ganado Porcino, Av el Tigre #93, Pqe Nacional, Los dos
Caminos, Sebucan, Caracas, Venezuela. Telex: 24859 TIJAR VC. Phone: 284-4476.
(WK 19/TOFAS 36)

TOMATO PASTE (SOUTH AFRICA). Wants 200 to 500 kg. PVC drums. Per multiples 20-ft
container M/L 20 MT each. Standard quality without howard control concentration
38/40, hot filling, with salt and Bezoate for preservation. Standard product without
mould stipulation. Delivery now and in future. Quote: FOB stowed port. Bank ref:
Barclays Bank, Johannesburg. CONTACT: Robert Munro, Afro-Global Group (PIY) Ltd.,
130 Main Street, Johannesburg 2001, South Africa. Telex: 8-3964 SA. Phone: (011)
331-3933. (WK 19/TOFAS 90)

TROUT (W. GERMANY). Wants deep frozen trout. Quantity: approx. 100 tons per
year. Quality: 190-210 grams each, cleaned. Bank ref: Kreissparkasse, 5350
Euskirchen, W. Germany. CONTACT: Mr. Wilhelm Welter, Eifel-Forellen Raeucherei,
Heimbacher Str. 43, 5354 Weilerswist 6, W. Germany. Phone: 2254-1524/7659. Telex:
8869157. (WK 19/TOFAS 28)

VEGETABLE SEEDS TENDER (TUNISIA). International tender for 12,534 kg must be of
pure variety, healthy, wholesome and marketable and from recent harvest. Quality:
99% of varietal purity, 98% specific purity min. and 85% germination rate min.
Packaging: cans of 250 grams, 500 grams, 1,000 grams and bags of 50 kg. Delivery:
End of October 1984. Other req: International orange certificate. Quote: C&F
Tunis. Deadline: July 15, 1984. Bank ref: S.T. Bank, 1, Ave Habib Thameur, Tunis,
Tunisia. Letter of Credit to be paid 90 days after reception of goods. If offer is
accepted we will confirm order for items withheld and will request 8 perform
invoices with following specifications: country of origin, country from which item
shipped from, net weight, price per unit, total FOB price, shipping cost (freight),
insurance "all risks" coverage from warehouse to warehouse valid for 30 days starting
on the day of receipt of goods, payment by Letter of Credit to be paid 90 days after
reception of goods signature and wet stamp of sender. It is understood that the
perform invoice is requested only for the information and is not binding. Samples
of good are welcome. CONTACT: Allala Ghodbane, Cooperative Centrale De Semences Et
Plants Selectionnes, 45, Avenue Farhat Hached, Tunis, Tunisia. Telex: 12297 TN.
Cable: AL BOUDHOUR. Phone: 240 313. (WK 19/AIRCOMM)










WHEAT (SWITZERLAND). Quantity: 50,000 MT, every 2 months. Quality: U.S. No. 2
hard red winter wheat, shrunken and broken 5% max. Quote: CIF Jordan. Bank ref:
Central Bank of Jordan, Amman. CONTACT: T. Hatipoglu, Northex Ag, Albertstrasse 11,
8005 Zurich, Switzerland. Telex: 823196 DN CH. Phone: 01-42 34 17. (WK 19/TOFAS
0080)

WHEAT FLOUR TENDER (EGYPT). Wants about 30,000 MT. The committee has the right
to increase or decrease the quanity. Quality: extraction 72% excludes Greek, Turkish
and French. Delivery by June 20, 1984. Deadline: offers to be submitted in sealed
envelopes latest 1 PM Saturday, May 12, 1984, and valid to May 14, 2 PM (Cairo
time). Conditions and specifications to be obtained against L.E. 5 which should be
attached with each other. Ministerial Decree: No. 1036/1978 and 120/A82 must be
complied with. CONTACT: Chairman of Purchase Committee, GASC, 24, El Gomhouria
Street, Cairo, Egypt. Telex: 92062 ESTRAM UN. (WK 19/TOFAS 29)

WHEAT, HARD (SAUDI ARABIA). Wants 50,000 MT in 50 kg. jute bags. After obtaining
quotations for tender, delivery time will be announced. Quote: CIF Damman and then
by train or trucks to Riyadh. Bank ref: Riyadh Bank, Faisal Road Branch, Riyadh.
CONTACT: Sulaiman Al-Ohaly or Maqsood Ahmed, National Agricultural Development
Company, P.O Box 2557, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Telex: 203681 NADEC SJ. Phone:
478-3488 or 478-4011. (WK 19/TOFAS 112)

WHEY POWDER AND DELACTOSED WHEY POWDER (TAIWAN). Wants 2,000 MT per year.
Quality: American Dairy Milk Institute extra grade for human consumption. Packaged
in multiwall paperbag. Delivery regular shipment (to be arranged). Quote: C&F
Keelung, Taiwan. Bank ref: Chang Hwa Commercial Bank Ltd., East Taipei Branch.
CONTACT: Vincent V.C. Chen, Gen. Manager, Golden World Company, Ltd., 5th Fl. No.
20-1, Lane 145 Tung Hwa N. Rd., Taipei, Taiwan. Telex: 21588 GWCOLTD. Phone:
(02) 712-7652. (WK 19/TAIPEI 2449)










MARKET DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES


Invitation to SIAL'84 United States of America Pavilion


You are cordially invited to come to the USA Pavilion at SIAL'84 in Paris, France,
June 18-22, 1984. Walk through the Pavilion where over 50 U.S. companies will be
exhibiting the best in quality and variety of U.S. Food Products.

Sample the new tastes in American cuisine; compare quality of U.S. beef and pork,
poultry and fish; observe the new techniques of American food preservation and you
will discover the U.S. food products offer you a wider choice than ever before.

American products on display at SIAL will include high quality beef and pork, variety
meats, poultry products, gourmet sauces and seasonings, prepared foods for home and
institutional use, fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables and primary grain products,
and seafood products.

The USA Pavilion is located in Hall 7 of the Parc des Expositions on the first floor,
Stand No. 71 C20. We look forward to your visit.





International Banking Services:

FAS, in its efforts to assist U.S. exporters, contacted several U.S. banks in a
survey of their services for exporters. The following banks have sent us or
indicated that they provide export guides which discuss Letters of Credit, exchange
rates, agents, evaluating markets, etc. This is an incomplete list and we would be
pleased to add any qualified financial institution who provides these services. We
do not endorse any particular bank or its services. For further information, please
contact: Levi L. Turner, Agricultural Marketing Specialist, Foreign Agricultural
Service, Export Programs Division, Room 4944-South Building, Washington, D.C. 20250.

Banks Providing International Financing and Marketing Guidelines


Ms. Ruth Jantzi
The Chase Manhattan Bank, N.A.
Trade Information Services
1 World Trade Center, 78th Floor
New York, New York 10049
Tel: (212) 432-8072

Mr. John F. Duffin
Senior International Officer
Girard Bank
International Banking Department
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19101
Tel: (215) 585-2000


World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company
International Division
P.O. Box 2702-Grand Central Station
New York, New York 10163
Tel: (212) 286-6000

World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
230 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
Tel: (404) 223-5400










Mr. Stanfield S. Taylor
President International Trade Assoc.
First & Merchants National Bank
F&M Center-12th & Main Streets
P.O. Box 27025
Richmond, Virginia 23261
Tel: (804) 788-2120

World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
3 First National Plaza
Chicago, Illinois 60602
Tel: (312) 269-0700

Mr. Jordan H. Rednor
Vice President
Marin Midland Bank, N.A.
Trade Services Department
140 Broadway
New York, New York 10015
Tel: (212) 440-5522

World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
333 Clay Street, Suite 4000
Houston, Texas 77002
Tel: (713) 658-9800

Mr. Patel Magan
Senior Vice President
Bank of California, International
400 California Street
San Francisco, California 94104
Tel: (415) 765-2006

World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
50 California Street
San Francisco, California 94105
Tel: (415) 546-0600

Mr. Michael T. Fenton-Wingate
Vice President
Bank of Boston, International
767 Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10153
Tel: (212) 350-0300


World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
One Post Office Square, 39th Floor
Boston, Massachusetts 02109
Tel: (617) 423-1012

Mr. Robert H. Nickel
Assistant Vice President
Union Bank
International Banking Department
445 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, California 90071
Tel: (213) 236-5916

Mr. Ala Lara
Manager of Trade Finance Group
Valley National Bank of Arizona
International Division
P.O. Box 29529
Phoenix, Arizona 85038
Tel: (601) 261-1452

World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
445 South Figuerora Street, 28th Floor
Los Angeles, California 90071
Tel: (213) 485-1914

World Trade Officer
Manufacturers Hanover International
Banking Corporation
100 North Biscayne Blvd., 24th Floor
Miami, Florida 33132
Tel: (305) 350-7600

Mr. Donald R. Stucky
First Vice President
First National Bank of Milwaukee
777 East Wisconsin Avenue
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
Tel: (414) 765-5705

Mr. James W. Eyres, Vice President
Bank of America Nat'l Trust & Sav'g Assn
Information on Financing Techniques
in International Trades
233 South Wacker Drive
Chicago, Illinois 60606
Tel: (312) 876-2420










Mr. Robert D. Westfall (H33-10)
Vice President
Security Pacific National Bank
Finance Department
Security Pacific Plaza
333 South Hope Street
Los Angeles, California 90071
Tel: (213) 613-6211

Mr. Louis Hernandez
International Banking Officer
-Export Finance
Wells Fargo Bank
464 California Street
San Francisco, California 94120
Tel: (415) 396-4527
Mr. Louis Hernandez


Ms. Sandra Giltner
Trade Finance Officer
First Chicago
The First National Bank of Chicago
One First National Plaza
Chicago, Illinois 60670
Tel: (312) 732-4000

Mr. Blake Beyeler
Assistant Vice President
Seattle-First National Bank
Pacific Northwest Trade Finance
West 601 Riverside, P.O. Bopx 1446
Spokane, Washington 99201
Tel: (509) 456-5521


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, such as product acceptance in
a country or a trade policy related question, please contact the appropriate
division in International Trade Policy.

COiMODITY AND MARKETING PROGRAMS


DIVISION


ROOM NO.


TELEPHONE


AREA CODE (202)


Dairy, Livestock and Poultry Division
Grain and Feed Division
Horticultural and Tropical Products Division
Oilseeds and Products Division
Tobacco, Cotton and 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 and Analysis Division
Inter-America and Western Europe Division
Asia, Africa and Eastern Europe Division


5530-S
5506-S
5548-S


382-1312
382-1338
382-1289






NEW WOOD PRODUCTS CIRCULAR AVAILABLE

Last year U.S. exporters sold close to $3 billion of solid wood products to overseas markets. Up-to-date
market information and trade tips to help you tap this growing market are now available in a new Foreign
Agricultural Service circular series.

Each quarter, these reports will bring you timely information on the supply and demand situation for
wood products in countries around the world. World forest products information and updates on special
FAS export services for the agricultural trade are also included.

For your free sample copy-or to subscribe for the year-fill in the order blank below and mail it today.


Subscription Rates: Domestic: $7.00 Foreign $10.00


- Please send me a sample copy of the Wood Products Circular.

- Enclosed is my check for $ made payable to Foreign Agricultrual Service. (Only checks on
U.S. banks, cashier's checks, or international money order will be accepted. No refunds can be made.)


Mail this form to:


Foreign Agricultural Service
Information Division
Room 4644-South Building
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250


NAME (Last, irsr. mrdate nirlail


ORGANIZATION OR FIRM


STREET OR P O BOX NUMBER


CITY STATE ZIP CODE


COUNTRY


FAS-829 (Rev 5-85)







FOREIGN AGRICULTURE CIRCULARS


USDA's Foreign Agricultural Service issues regular reports on the supply and demand situation for commodities around
the world.

HOW TO ORDER: Check the title of each circular 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
Room 4644-South Building
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250

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

10022 COCOA (2 iMes) S 3.10 $ 4.00
10003 COFFEE (3 imuesl 5.00 10.00
10004 COTTON (12 iues) 20.00 30.00

DAIRY, LIVESTOCK & POULTRY:
10005 EXPORT TRADE & PROSPECTS (6 imes) 14.00 22.00
10006 MEAT & DAIRY MONTHLY IMPORTS (12 MiU) 20.00 25.00
10007 DAIRY SITUATION (2 bues 3.00 4.00
10008 LIVESTOCK & POULTRY SITUATION (2 iunes) 4.00 7.00
10009 ALL 24 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 41.00 58.00

GRAINS:
10010 WORLD GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (18 ius) 31.00 46.00
_____ 10011 EXPORT MARKETS FOR US. GRAIN (12 imes) 20.00 30.00
10013 USSR GRAIN SITUATION & OUTLOOK (12 muer) 15.00 20.00
_10014 ALL 42 REPORTS LISTED ABOVE 66.00 96.00

__10015 HORTICULTURAL PRODUCTS (12 imue) 20.00 30.00
10016 OILSEEDS & PRODUCTS (14 isum) 30.00 45.00
10017 SEEDS (4 isues) 9.00 15.00
___ 10018 SUGAR, MOLASSES & HONEY (4 sues) 7.00 11.00
10019 TEA, SPICES & ESSENTIAL OILS (3 iuus) 5.00 7.00
10020 TOBACCO (12 imues) 25.00 40.00
10021 WORLD CROP PRODUCTION (12 iuae) 18.00 25.00

TOTAL REPORTS ORDERED TOTAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICE


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

NAME (Lat, first, middle initial)


ORGANIZATION OR FIRM


STREET OR P.O. BOX NUMBER


CITY STATE ZIP CODE


COUNTRY



FAS-829 (Rev. 2-84)






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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

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USDA-FAS
WASHINGTON, D.C.
PECPT No G-262


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MRS. PRENDES
HUME LIBRARY, JNIV OF FL IFAS
MCCARTY HALL
GAINESVILLE FL 32:11


If your address should be changed PRINT
OR TYPE the new address, including ZIP CODE and
return the whole sheet and/or envelope to:
FOREIGN AGRICULTURAL SERVICE, Room 4945-S.
U.S. Department of Agriculture
Washington, D.C. 20250




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