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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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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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aI0 EXPORT BRIEFS
The following trade items have hern atlhered lrom .Agricultural Attache and orher gom rnmeni reports as a
service to LI S. exporters of food and agricultural products In supply ing the trade leads the Department of
Agriculture does not guarantee reliability. of the overseas inquirer N our best source for further information
on these trade leads is the listed foreign firm originating the inquir.. rou may also conni c the Export
Promotion Division. FAS. (2021)447-7103. I \ I


iAugust 22, 1983


Chicken (Hong Kong). Wants frozen whole chickens, chicken wings and chicken
feet, 20' container monthly, Grades 2 & 3. Standard packing. Delivery ASAP.
Quote CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref: The Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp.
CONTACT: John S. P. Ling, Galaxy MFG. Corp., (H.K.) Ltd., 10/F, PC Leung Yam
Tze Commercial Bldg., 17-23 Thomson Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong. TELEX: 73330
JSPL HX. Phone: 5-281785. (WK: 32/TOFAS 166)

Horse tender (Colombia). U.S. firms are urged to submit bids immediately for
350 head of horses. Tender closes September 4, 1983. Continued business for
estimated total 1,500 head anticipated. Contact address below for details on
type, quality, required c ratification, etc. CONTACT: Teniente Coronel,
Rafael Jimenez Salamanca, Escuela Nacional De Carabineros, Suba, Colombia.
Phone: 681-5286 or 681-5343. (WK 32/TOFAS 182)

Beef cattle tender (Korea). For 13,998 head of beef cattle, 3% more or less,
live weight 210-260 kgs. Spec: All female, breeds: Charolais, shipments 1st
3,366, 2nd 3,250; Hereford, shipments 1st 3,250, 2nd 3,250; Santa Gertrudis,
1st shipment 58; Brahman, 1st shipment 824. Price/shipment: C&F basis. 1st
shipment, October 10-25, 1983. 2nd shipment November 10-25, 1983.
Destinations: All Korean ports or airport basis. Deadline: 11:00 AM, August
31, 1983 at the NLCF Conference Room. CONTACT: National Livestock
Cooperation Federation, Korea. TELEX: K-23517. (WK 32/TOFAS 96)

Tender for bull semen (Tunisia). Tender with deadline August 31, 1983 for
semen from Proven bulls. 30,000 doses Holstein breed, number of bulls: at
least 10 PDM, plus 1,500 pounds, 70% repeatability, fat test: 3.5%; 80,000
doses Holstein breed, number of bulls: at least 20, PDM plus 1,000 lbs., 70%
repeatability, fat test: 3.5%; 10,000 doses Brown Swiss or Shwitz, number of
bulls: at least 5, PDM plus 800, 60% repeatability, fat test: 3.6%. In liquid
nitrogen tanks containing 5,000 or 10,000 doses each, in straws of 0.25 or
0.50 cc. Delivery between October and November 1983. Tender is restricted to
U.S. companies willing to use blended credit program. Number of live cells
post thaw in water at (35 degrees centrigrade): 15 million live cells per
dose, motility 70%. Total and per unit price with/without containers and cost
and freight, Tunis-Carthage Airport, Tunis (Tunisia). Bank ref: Banque
National De Tunisie. Copy of original English language tender can be obtained
by calling Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), Dairy, Livestock and Poultry
Division, (202) 447-3899. CONTACT: The President and Director General,
Office De L'Elevage Et Des Paturages, 30, Rue Alain Savary, 1002 Tunis,
Tunisia. TELEX: 13630 OFELPA. (WK 32/TOFAS 124)


Issued weekly by the Export Promotion Diision. Foreign Agricultural Service. U.S. Department of Agriculiure.
Room 4945 South Building. hashington, D.C. 20250







Coffee, chocolate, biscuits, candy (Canada). Wants freeze-dried coffee,
chocolate products, biscuits and hard candies. One container load of
consolidated shipment of all items. Specific information about quality and
ingredients of each product are required. Coffee packed in jars, 2 oz, 4 oz,
6 oz, 8 oz & 10 oz each. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. Quotations
C&F Okinawa. Bank ref: Okinawa Bank Head Office, Naha, Okinawa. CONTACT:
Isamu Nakajima, Jensen Shokai Trading Co., Inc., 3, 2-Chrome, Kume, Naha,
Okinawa, Canada. TELEX: J 79832 FREMAX. CABLE: FREMAX. Phone:
(0988)68-1957/2664. (WK 32/TOFAS 631)

Quarter horses, Appaloosa horses (Colombia). Wants Quarter horses and/or
Appaloosa horses, for amy work, 15 Stallions, 335 horses, 3-6 years old.
Eventually wants 1,500 horses. Height: 1.60 M. Delivery in 3 months. Must
meet GOC health requirements. Quotations: FOB U.S. port. Bank ref: Banco
Popular Pablo Vi, Bogota, Colombia. CONTACT: T.C. Rafael
Jimenez-Salamanca, Escuela Nacional De Carabineros, Carretera A Suba,
(Cundinamarca), Colombia. Phone: 681-5286. (WK 32/TOFAS 156)

Plants (W. Germany). Wants medicinal and pharmaceutical plants (Herba
Artemisiae Dranunculi, Folium Chrysanthemum Parthenium, Herba Tropaeoli,
Flores Galphimiae Glauae, dried orange peels, Spirulina Microalgae). Must
meet normal West Germany standards for use in pharmaceutic industry.
Packaging: normal seaworthy packing for wholesale importers. Quotations CIF
Bremen/Hamburg or Rotterdam. Bank ref: Kreissparkasse Loekn, Alternberger
Domstr. 128, 5060 Bergisch-Gladbach 2. CONTACT: Peter Noltenius, Peter
Noltenius Consulting, Export & Import, Altenberger Domstr. 254, 5060
Bergisch-Gladbach 2, W. Germany. TELEX: 8873239 NOLT D. Phone: 2202-85113.
(WK 32/TOFAS 257)

Soybean oil, corn oil (Spain). Would like to receive quotations for
undetermined quantities of soybean and corn oils for West African countries.
Packaging should be in 207 liter drums and 4 liter plastic bottles. CONTACT:
Sedex, S.A., Avenida Mesa Y Lopez, 15-1, Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain.
TELEX: 95460 VASY E. Phone: (928) 234 033. (WK 32/TOFAS 226)

Live crawfish (Italy). Wants 1 container weekly (1,000-5,000 lbs. each) in 10
lb. packs of live crawfish (fresh water). Delivery ASAP. Bank ref: Banca
Commercio E Indsutria, Milano Pr Cariplo-Ag. 18, Milano. CONTACT: Mrs.
Asfahani, BSL S.R.L., Corso Porta Romana 64, Milano, Italy. TELEX: 315252 BSL
MI. Phone: 02 545-1457. (WK 32/TOFAS 40)

Beef (Hong Kong). Wants Sirloin steak, Rump steak, Rib Eye round steak,
Fillet steak, 20 ft. container monthly, 2nd and 3rd grades. Standard packing.
Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref: Teh Hong Kong & Shanghai
Banking Corp. CONTACT: John S.P. Ling, Galaxy Mfg. Corp. (H.K.) Ltd., 10/F,
Po Leung Yam Tze Commercial Bldg., 17-23 Thomson Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.
TELEX: 73330 JSPL HX. Phone: 5-281785. (WK 32/TOFAS 167)

Vegetables (Hong Kong). Wants lettuce, broccoli, tomatoes, mixed vegetables,
20 ft. container monthly, 2nd and 3rd grades. Standard packing. Delivery ASAP.
Quotations CIF Hong Kong. Bank ref: The Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp.
CONTACT: John S. P. Ling, Galaxy Mfg. Corp. (H.K.) Ltd., 10/F. Po Leung Yam
Tze Commercial Bldg., 17-23 Thomson Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong. TELEX: 73330
JSPL HX. Phone: 5-281785. (WK 32/TOFAS 168)








Fresh fruits (Hong Kong). Wants fresh fruits, mainly oranges, apples, grapes
and plums, quantities depend on season & market. Quality: upper medium.
Standard packing, cartons. Delivery ASAP. Quotations CIF Hong Kong. Bank
ref: The Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corp. CONTACT: Bernard K.L. Cheung,
True Industrial Co., Ltd., Flat C-D, 20/F., Ka on Bldg., 8-14, Connaught Road,
West, Hong Kong. TELEX: 65082 TRUE HX. Phone: 5-459875, 5-439874, 5-431931.
(WK 32/TOFAS 173)

Lumber (Hong Kong). Wants Douglas Fir with boards, 95% of logs should have
diameters at least above 12 inches, the remainder should have diameters at
least above 8 inches. Quantity: 4,000 B/F, Grade II or Grade III. Delivery
ASAP. Quotations C&F Shanghai, Dalian, China. Bank ref: The Yien Yieh
Commercial Bank Ltd. CONTACT: M.Y. Tsang, Yuen Fat Trading Co., 45 Connaught
Road, West, "A" 15/F, Kai Fat Bldg., Hong Kong. TELEX: 86290 YEPJB. Phone:
5-493356 or 5-493390. (WK 32/TOFAS 174)

Goat milk powder (Japan). Wants whole goat milk powder, 15 metric tons per
month, 100% whole milk with no added sugar. Packed in moisture-proof bags for
institutional use. Immediate delivery by surface shipment. A complete
ingredient statement required. Quotations C&F. Bank ref: Tokai Bank Tokyo
Main Office, Tokyo. CONTACT: James S. Kato, Wesco International Corporation,
C/O Kowa Bldg., 14-14, Akasaka 1-Chome, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan. TELEX:
2427467 KYOKUT J. CABLE: GEMDEANCO TOKYO. Phone: 03 (588) 5288. (WK
32/TOFAS 634)

Fur skins (Spain). Wants fur skins. Quantity: undetermined. Type:
Chinchilla, Mink, Fox, Marmot, Badger and other fine fur skins. Quotations CIF
(preferably). Bank ref: Banco Espanol De Credito. ,CONTACT: Mr. Ribas,
Centro Difusor De La Piel, Frades De La Sierra (Salamanca), Spain. Phone:
(923) 38 00 08. (WK 32/TOFAS 225)

Soya meal, fish meal (Egypt). Soya meal 44-48%, 2,000 mt in 2 shipments; and
fish meal, 2,000 mt in 2 shipments. Both packed in bags of 50 kilograms.
Delivery October December 1983. Quotations CIF Alexandria, Egypt. Bank
ref: National Bank of Greece, Cairo, Egypt. CONTACT: Gen. Anwar M. Tawfik,
Meofeed Co., 14, Sayed Abdel Wahid Street, Behind Cenema Normandy, Heliopolis,
Egypt. TELEX: 93031-CHF-UN. Phone: 867983. (WK 32/TOFAS 267)

Frozen beef tender (Egypt). Request bids for tender No. 2 (1983/1984) for
1,000 tons, plus or minus 10%, frozen beef meat for manufacture in free
currency. Committee entitled to increase or decrease quantity as may find
suitable. Shipment to arrive Egyptian ports in one or two consignments during
October 1983. Conditions and specifications available at address listed below
against payment due fees taking into consideration Ministerial Decree No.
1036/1978 and No. 120/1982, concerning the commercial agency and a copy of the
taxation card must be coupled with the submitted offer. Offer deadline is
12:00 Noon, Monday, August 29, 1983. Offers must be made through Egyptian
agent. CONTACT: General Authority for Supply Commodities, Purchasing
Committee for Animal Products, 24, Gomhoria Street, Cairo, Egypt. TELEX:
92062 ESTRAM-UN. CABLE: ESTRAM. (WK 32/TOFAS 266)
Whiskey, pop wines (Philippines). Wants Bourbon whiskey, 100-250 cases per
month, 86 proof, all sizes including miniatures. Also, wants pop wines
(apple, strawberry), one 20-foot container load, 7 to 9% alcoholic content.
Standard U.S. packaqinq in 12's (4/5) and 6's (1.5 liter) cartons. Delivery







as soon as possible. Quotations FOB distillery. Bank ref: Hong Kong &
Shanghai Banking Corp., Ayala Ave., Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines.
CONTACT: Gerardo Y. Cruz, Warner Barnes & Company, Inc., 2900 Faraday St.,
Corner South Expressway, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines or P.O. Box 1191,
MCC, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines. TELEX: 45224 WARNER PM and 63647
WARNER PN. Phone: 87-53-97. (WK 32/TOFAS 01)

Sunflower seed oil (Taiwan). Wants sunflower seed oil, five 20 ft.
containers. Grade A, packed in carton, drum. Quotations CIF. Bank ref: The
Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, Ltd, and Hua Nan Commercial Bank, Ltd. CONTACT: S.C.
Hwang, Bright Hope Business Inc., 9th Fl., 106, Section 2, Chang An East Road,
Taipei, Taiwan. TELEX: 25707 SUNYHOP. CABLE: SUNYHOP TAIPEI. Phone (02)
536-1912. (WK 32/TOFAS 105)

Joint venture ice cream, yogurt, milk, fruit juices (Nigeria). Nigerian
company interested in joint venture with U.S. partners) in manufacture of
plain and flavored ice cream, milk, yogurt and fruit juices at Aba in Imo
State. Land has been acquired and surveyed, feasibility study completed.
Partner(s) required for management, equipment recommendation, equity
participation, technical assistance, raw materials supply and company
specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian and 40% foreign. Total
equity investment envisaged about 3.0 million dollars. Bank ref: Union Bank,
Ltd., ATTN: Manager, Commercial Ave. Sabo-Yaba, Lagos. CONTACT: Ms. L.U.
Ubani, President, Lauret Services, Ltd., 43 Agboyin Avenue Surulere, P.O. Box
619, Surulere, Lagos. CABLE: LAURET LAGOS. Phone: (01)831646. (WK
32/TOFAS 107)

Ice-cream joint venture (Nigeria). Nigerian company interested in joint
venture with U.S. partners) for the manufacture of ice cream and other
dairy-related products at Oshogbo, Oyo State. Feasibility study completed.
Partner(s) required for management, equipment recommendation, equity
participation, technical assistance, raw materials supply and company
specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian and 40% Foreign. Total
equity investment envisaged about 1.5 million dollars. Bank ref: Nigerian
Bank for Commerce and Industry, 1-9 Berkely Street, P.O. Box 4424, Lagos; and
Allied Bank(Nig) Limited., 11 Lebanon Street, P.M.B. 5417, Ibadan Oyo State.
CONTACT: Dejo Oyewo, Dejo Oyewo Industries, Ltd., 35 Awolowo Avenue, Bodija
Estate, P.O. Box 1324, Ibadan-Oyo State, Nigeria. (WK 32/TOFAS 108)

Joint venture poultry, eggs, swine, animal feeds (Nigeria). Nigerian
company interested in joint venture with U.S. partners) for large-scale
poultry, eggs, piggery and feeds production at Agbor in Bendel State.
Feasibility study completed. Company has installed hammer mill/double mixers
with combined capacity of 5 mt per hour. Partner(s) will be required for
management, equity participation, technical assistance and company
specialization. Equity participation 60% Nigerian and 40% Foreign. Total
equity investment envisaged about 7 million dollars. Bank ref: First Bank,
Agbor, Bendel State and Savannah Bank, Apapa Branch, Lagos. CONTACT:
Godwin E. Bienoseh, Midways International Company, GPO Box 8351, Lagos or 2,
Orikeze Ave., P.O. Box 217, Agbor Bendel State, Nigeria. (WK 32/TOFAS 109)

Corn (South Africa). Wants white corn, 270,000 tons, for human consumption.
Packed in 90 kg. bags. Delivery ASAP. Phytosanitary Certificate, and
Certificate of Quality required. Quote FOB. Replies via telex requested.
Bank ref: Trust Bank, Durban. CONTACT: M. A. Spinks, Federated Trade
Projects Corporation, P.O. Box 11179, Marine Parade, Durban 4056, South
Africa. TELEX: 623068 SA. Phone: Durban (031) 327652. (WK 32/TOFAS 179)








CONTACTS FOR U.S. FARM PRODUCTS

The newsletter, CONTACTS for U.S. Farm Products, is an export promotion
service offered free by the Foreign Agricultural Service to help American
companies introduce agricultural products to foreign markets. 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 100 words or less. 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.


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.







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


LABEL CLEARANCE: Translation of Selected Food Law Requirements
Federal Republic of Germany

The Office of the Agricultural Counselor at the American Embassy in Bonn, West
Germany, has translated 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
translation may be obtained by completing the below:

Please send copy(ies) of the "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 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


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

INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY

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


ROOM NO.


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


5530-S
5506-S
5548-S


TELEPHONE

AREA CODE (202)


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


382-1312
382-1338
382-1289


FISCAL 1984 EXPORT PROMOTION SCHEDULE


FOR USDA/FAS


SPONSORED EVENTS


ACTIVITIES


COSTA RICA


PANAMA
EXHIBIT


WEST GERMANY

GUATEMALA


HELSINKI

HONDURAS

HONG KONG


MARCH 1984
AUGUST 1984

MARCH 1984


FEBRUARY 1984
OCTOBER 15-20, 1983

TO BE ANNOUNCED

TO BE ANNOUNCED

AUGUST 5-12, 1984

TO BE ANNOUNCED


BONANZA LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT
CAMPO AYALA LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT

DAVID INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK


GREENWEEK
ANUGA

NATIONAL HORSE SHOW


NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW

XVII WORLD POULTRY CONGRESS

CENTRAL AMER. LIVESTOCK EXHIBIT


APRIL 1984 FAS SOLO '


LOCATION


DATES








LOCATION DATES AC TI V I TIES


JAPAN


KOREA


NETHERLANDS


NIGERIA

PAKISTAN

SINGAPORE


VENEZUELA

TRINIDAD/TABAGO

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


OMAN AND KUWAIT

UNITED KINGDOM


FRANCE

ITALY

MEXICO


PERU


TAIWAN


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

MAY 1984


HARUMI
AGENT SHOW (NAGOYA)
RED MEAT SHOW
WINE PROMOTION (OSAKA)
WINE PROMOTION (TOKYO)


KOR-HOTEL EXHIBIT
READ MEAT SHOW

AGENT SHOW
CATFISH PROMOTION


FAS SOLO


LAHORE 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

FAS SOLO


If interested in any of the above contact: Export Programs Division, Foreign
Agricultural Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Room 4945-South Bldg.,
Washington, D.C. 20250. Phone: (202) 447-6343


Limited Participation Shows: The previously announced United Kindgom PRE-ANUGA show
October 198 is limited to MIATCO member companies. The Saudi Arabia Attache Product
Display is limited to Washington state apples and pears. If you are interested in
similar limited participation exhibits for your commodity, state, or regional groups,
we would be pleased to assist. Contact: Evans Browne, Chief, Program Operations
Branch, Export Programs Division, Foreign Agricultural Service, USDA, Room 4945-South
Building, Washington, D.C. 20250 or call (202) 447-3031.


DATES


ACTIVITIES


LOCATION





FAS Circular Release Dates 1983


July

8
Horticultural
Products Review
World Cotfee
Situation

12
World Crop
Production'

13
World Agricultural
Supply/Demand2
World Tobacco
Situation
USSR Grain
SiluationlOutlook

14
World Grain
Situation/Outlook

19
World Cotton
Situation
World Oilseed
Situation

29
Export Markets
for U.S. Grains


Aug Sept

8 8
Horticultural Horticultural
Products Review Products Review


11
World Crop
Production'

12
World Agricultural
Supply/Demand7
USSR Grain
Siluation/Oullook
World Tobacco
Situation

15
World Grain
Siluation/Outlook

16
Agricultural
Export Outlook3

18
World Cotton
Situation
World Oilseed
Situation

26
Export Markets
lor U.S. Grains


12
World Crop
Production'

13
World Agricultural
SupplylDemand2
USSR Grain
Situation/Outlook
World Tobacco
Situation

14
World Grain
Situation/Outlook

19
World Cotton
Situation
World Oilseed
Situation

30
Export Markets
for U.S. Grains


Oct

11
Horticultural
Products Review

12
World Crop
Production'

13
World Agricultural
SupplylDemand2
USSR Grain
Situation/Outlook

14
World Grain
Situation/Outlook
World Tobacco
Situation

19
World Cotton
Situation
World Oilseed
Situation

25
World Agricultural
SupplylDemand7

28
World Cocoa
Situation
Export Markets
for U.S. Grains

31
Agricultural
Export Outlook3


Nov

4
World Meat
Situation/Outlook

8
Horticultural
Products Review

9
World Sugar &
Molasses
Situation

10
World Crop
Production'

14
World Agricultural
SupplylDemand?
USSR Grain
Situation/Outlook
World Tobacco
Situation

15
World Grain
Situation/Outlook

18
World Cotton
Situation
World Oilseed
Situation

29
Export Markets
for U.S. Grains


Dec

8
Horticultural
Products Review

12
World Crop
Production'

13
World Agricultural
Supply/Demand?
USSR Grain
Situation/Outlook
World Tobacco
Situation

14
World Grain
Situation/Outlook

15
World Dairy
Situation/Oullook

19
World Cotton
Situation
World Oilseed
Situation

30
Export Markets
for U.S. Grains


Al World GrOn SlustmnvOutlook Circulrs ao available at 9:00 a.m. of the day desgnated All other
FAS circular reports kted above iw avoidable Iller 3 p m on the day of release from FAS Information
Serve Stal. Room 5910 South Bulding. U S. Deparment of Agriculure. Wasnngton. D.C. 20250
T@eaphaon (202) 447-7937
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