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Export briefs
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v. : ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
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AIMS (Organization : U.S.)
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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University of Florida
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United States
Department of
Agriculture


These export opportunities for U.S. food & agricultural products have been gathered by agricultural Foreign
and other U.S. government officers serving abroad. The USDA does not guarantee the reliability of Agricultural
the overseas inquirer. For further information, contact the foreign firm originating the inquiry. Service

Products Sought by Foreign Buyers


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August 15 21, 1985



AMERICAN RICE (KWAITT). INTERESTED 10 IMPORT AMERICAN RICE REGULARLY IN 50 KG.
PACKS. REQUEST U.S. CONTACTS OR GUIDANCE. CONTACT: METRO AGENCIES, P. 0. BOX 1615,
SAFAT, KUWAIT. TELEX: METRO 22521 KT. PHONE: 2421740 OR 2432701. (WK 34/LETTER)

APPLES (MALAYSIA). QUANTITY: ONE CONTAINER. QUALITY: GRADE A. DELIVERY:
PROMPT. QUOTE: CIF PORT KELANG. BANK REF: HONGKONG & SHANGHAI BANK, PETALING
JAYA, SEL., MALAYSIA. CONTACT: AMIN RAFIE BIN OTHMAN, MATTRA CORP BHD, WISMA SPK,
JLN SULTAN ISMAIL, KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA. TELEX: MA30713 MATTRA. PHONE:
(03)481355. (WK 34/TOFAS 0130)

BARLEY (EGYPT). QUANTITY: 20,000 METRIC TONS. QUALITY: FIRST GRADE, BARLEY FOR
FEEDING HORSES. PACKAGING: 50 KGM JUTE BAGS. QUOTE: REQUESTED CIF ALEXANDRIA.
CONTACT: NAZIH NAGUIB SAAD, OWNERS' ASSOCIATION RACE COURSE, MAY 14 ROAD, SMOUHA,
ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT. PHONE: 854917/846353. (WK 34/TOFAS 0029)

BEEF JERKY, CHOCOLATE JAPANN). WANTS t5,000 WORTH OF EACH. QUALITY: EXCELLENT.
DELIVERY: SOON AS ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE. QUOTE: FOB. BANK REF: SUMITOMO BANK,
KAGOSHIMA BRANCH, 4-BAN 5-GO, DAIKOKU-CHO, KAGOSHIMA CITY 892 JAPAN. CONTACT: MR.
KOHEI MORINAGA, PRESIDENT, BEVERLY TRADING COMPANY, 2-3-202 KAMOIKE SHINMACHI,
KAGOSHIMA CITY 892 JAPAN. PHONE: 0992-53-4186. (WK 34/TOFAS 0365)

BRAZIL NUTS ROASTED, SALTED, RAW HONGG KONG). QUANTITY: 100 Ml. QUALITY: GRADE
1. PACKAGING: IN BULK AND IN CONSUMER PACKS BOTH FOR CATERING AND RETAIL PURPOSES.
DELIVERY: PROMPT. QUOTE: CIF OR FOB HONG KONG. BANK REF: THE HONG KONG CHINESE
BANK LTD., 61-65, DES VOEUX ROAD, CENTRAL, HONG KONG. CONTACT: MR. ENOCH Y. SUN,
EASTERN ZONE IND. CO., LTD., GPO BOX 1836, HONG KONG. TELEX: 65979 EZICL HX. PHONE:
5-485302. (WK 34/TOFAS 0201)

CALIFORNIA GARDEN BRAND GOLDEN SWEET CREAM STYLE CORN (SINGAPORE). Quantity: Full
Container Load Basis. Quality: Fresh Stock. Delivery: ASAP in can net wt 17 oz or
482 grams. Quote: By telex. Bank Reference. L/C basis by clients. CONTACT:
Ronnie S K Wong, Wong-CDK Trading Pte Ltd, P 0 Box 647, Maxwell Road Post Office,
Singapore 9012. Telex: RS23931 ABVII. Phone: 2225241/2225242. (WR 34/TOFAS 0019)







Issued weekly by the Agricultural Information and Marketing Services, Foreign
Agricultural Service, USDA, Room 4645-S, Washington, D.C., telephone (202) 447-7103.


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A) CODFISH B) ABALONE C) LOBSTOR ROE (TAIWAN). QUANTITY: A) 60 Ml B) ONE
40' CONTAINER C) 2 MILLION PCS. QUALI7: A) BLACK SKIN B) 1 5 POUND.
STANDARD EXPORT PACKAGING. DELIVERY: 10 BE NEGCOTA1ED. QUOTE: CIF OR C&F. BANK
REF: OVERSEAS CHINESE COMMERCIAL BANKING CORPORATION, WU FU BRANCh, KAOHSIUNG.
CONTALT: MR. PAN HUEI-HS1UNG, IAIWAN N.A. PERRY JALOBAS ENB LTD, 49 M1N LHUAN 1S1
ROAD, KAOHSIUNG, TAIWAN. PHONE: (07) 331-6609. (WK 34/0OFAS 0130)

CON GLUTEN MEAL 60Z PROTEIN (SINGAPORE). Quantity: 500 metric tons per shipment.
Packaging: paper bags 100 lbs. Delivery: ASAP. Quote: L&F C2Z
Singapore/lndonesia. Bank Reference: Bank of America, Clifford Center, 24 Raffles
Place, Spore 0104. CONTACT: Robert Lin, Asia Corporation Pte Ltd, 56-A South Bridge
Road, Singapore 0105. Telex: 21085 ASIATLX. Phone: 916733/5332376/5342423. (WK
34/TOFAS 0016)

DAIRY PRODUCTS (MALAYSIA). QUANIITY: 1000 MT. QUALITY: A.M.F.(1ST). PACKAGING:
190-KG DRUMS. DELIVERY: PROMPT. QUOTE: C1F. BANK REF: AUSTRALIAN BANK CORP,
OCEAN BLDG., SINGAPORE. CONTACT: THANGARAJOO, INI'L DAIRY PRODUCTS,'7 JLN RAAnAL,
LARKIN GARDEN, JOHORE BARU, MALAYSIA. PHONE: (07) 334154. (WK 34/0OFAS 0131)

DEHYDRATED VEGETABLES (CABBAGES, CARROTS, ONIONS, SPINACH AND STONE LEEKS)
(JAPAN). Specific quantities are not determined, however, expected to be
substantial. Best quality. immediate delivery by air and/or surface shipment.
Quotations: C&F. Bank Ref: Bank of Tokyo, Main Office, Tokyo. CONTACT: Mr. Hiroyuki
Koyama, Saiwai Trading Co., Ltd., c/o Marunouchi Bldg., 4-1, Marunouchi 2-chee,
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Telex: 222-5673 SAIWA1 J. Cable: SAlWA101L TOKYO.
Phone: (03) 214-0201. (WK 34/10FAS 0265)

FISH FEEDS (GRECE). THE FIRM IS AN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS TRADING COMPANY
INTERESTED 1N 1MPORIING FLOATING FISH FEEDS. QUANTITY: 500 MT Al FIRST STAGE W12H
THE PROSPECT FOR LARGER AMOUNTS IN THE FUTURE. PRICES 10 BE QUOTED BOTH IN FOB AND
CIF 1HESSALONlK1 AND/OR JORDAN PORT (MIDDLE EAST). CONTACT: MR. APOSTOLOS
PAPATHANASIOU, A. PAPATHANASIOU IMPORTS/EXPORTS, P.O. BOX 10051, GR-541 10,
THESSALONIKI, GREECE. PHONE: (031) 535666; (031) 540193. TELEX: 418625 1NPA. (WR
34/TOFAS 0112)

FROZEN BERRY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES (AUSTRALIA). QUAN11TY: MAXIMUM OF ONE MIXED
CONTAINER. QUALITY: DESSERT GRADE BERRIES, FIRST QUALITY VEGETABLES. PACKAGING: 10
KG. BULK. DELIVERY: SEASONAL. QUOTE: CIF. BANK REF: STAlE BANK OF NSW, 297
HOMER STREET, EARLWOOD, NSW, 2206. CONTACT: MR STEVE GULSON, LEON HENRY MARKETING,
P.O. BOX 20, MINIO, NSW, 2566, AUSTRALIA. TELEX: AA20572. PHONE: (02) 6035755 (WK
34/10FAS 0234)

(A) FROZEN CHICKEN PARTS SUCH AS CHICKEN WINGS, GIZZARDS AND LEGS; (B) FROZEN TURE1Y
LIVERS HONGG KONG). QUANTITY: 5 FCL EACH ITEM PER MONTH. QUALITY: GRADE 1 FOR ALL
1TEMS. PACKAGING: CARTON & INSIDE POLYBAG. DELIVERY: PROMPT. QUOTE: C&F HONG
KONG. BANK REF: HANG LUNG BANK. CONTACT: MR. LAU WAI, WAH MAY FROZEN MEAT LTD.,
RM. 1506 STAR HOUSE, 3 SALISBURY RD., 1ST, KLN., HONG KONG. TELEX: 36881 R1HAL HX.
PHONE: 3-676146. (WK 34/TOFAS 0200)

FROZEN POULTRY & MEATS, FRESH/FROZEN/SMOKED SALMON N OTHER FISHERIES ITEM
(SINGAPORE). Wants above products. Bank Reference: PK Christiania Bank (SEA) Ltd,
Raffles Quay #31-02 Hong Leong Bldg, Singapore 0104. CONTACT: Miss Ng Poh Choo,
Royfon Trading Pte Ltd, No. 1 Fishery Port Road, Singapore 2261. Telex: RS37418
ROYFON. Phone: 2651949/2681094. (WK 34/10FAS 0018)










FROZEN WHOLE KRx EL CORN (SINGAPCRE). Quantity: 500 tons per year. Packaging: 24
kg per polybag or carton pack. Delivery: Immediate. Bank Reference: Bank of
America, Clifford Center, Singapore 0104. CONIACI: Chia Hock Hwa, Del Monte
International, Inc., 75 Bt 4liah Rd #03-03 Boon Slew Bldg, Singapore 0922. Telex: RS
39945 DMISP. Phone: 916733/5332376/5342423. (WK 34/TOFAS 0017)

FRUIT JUICE/LEMONADE (NORWAY). QUANTITi: COhlAINER(S) 40 Fl. QUALITY: TOP.
PACKAGING: CANS (22-33 CL). DELIVERY: ASAP. QUOTE: CIF. BANK REF: BERGEN BANK,
OSLO. CONIAC1: MR. TORE MELGAARD, DIRECTOR, NORSK CHOKOLADLIMPORIS A/S, BRENNAVEIEN,
N0-1487 LI, NORWAY. TELEX: 71639. PHONE: (472) 77-85-20. (WK 34/TOFAS 0177)

RBS AND SPICES, DEY RATED VEGETABLES, DEBYDRATED GARLIC, DEHYDRATED ONION
(AUSTRALIA). QUANTITY: FULL CONTAINER LODS. QUALITY: ASIA. PACKAGING: 25 KG BOX
OR BAG PREFERRED, MAXIMUM 50 KG. QUOIE: C&F SYDNEY. BANK REF: COMMONWEALIh BANK,
RYDE, NSW, 2112. CONTACT: MR LAWRENCE M. LONERGAN, WATERS TRADING CO. PTY LTD, 100
BEIMORE STREET, RYDE, NSW, 2112, AUSTRALIA. TELEX: AA25216. PhONE: (02) 8074544
(WK 34/10FAS 0238)

JOINT VENTURE (PHILL1PINES). FIRM OPERATES A 4,000 HECTARE FARM IN THE SOUTHERN
PART OF 1HE PHILIPPINES. WE RAISE BEEF AND DAIRY CASTLE AND CULTIVATE YELLOW CORN,
WH11E BEANS, DPLAND RICE AND ASPARAGUS. PRESENTLY, PLANS ARE O0 ESTABLISH JOINT
VENTURES IN THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA IN THE AREA OF LIVESTOCK, POULTRY AND CORP
FARMING, INCLUDING FEEDMILL AND MEAI/POIULAR PROCESSING PLANTS. CONTACT: ANTB'ON
PHILIP NOCOM, ASST. GENERAL MANAGER, ANSA CASTLE & CORP FARM, P.O. BOX 122, C.C.P.0,
MAKAIl, MEIRO MANILA, PHILPPINES. (WK 34/LET1BR)

JOINT VNTIURE (BONG KONG). JOINT VENTURING WITH U.S. FIRMS ON PIGS FARMING,
PACKING HOUSE FOR PIGS AND (hIIKEhS AND CANNING FACTORY FOR MEAT, POULTRY AND
VEGETABLES. THEY ARE FURTHER INTERESTED IN HAVING ALL THREE OPERATIONS WITH U.S.
FEDERAL INSPELCION SO ITEIR PRODlCTS CAN BE EXPORTED 10 COUNTRIES THAI RIEQIRiS U.S.
STANDARDS FOR FOODSTUFF. CONTACT: RUDOLPH A. MINIACI, RAMBLE ENTERPRISES, ALPHA
BOUSE, 27-33 NATHAN ROAD., 6/FL. FLAT h TSIMSHAIUI, KOWLOON, HONG KONG. PHONE:
3-72347000. TELEX: 7-8223 CHAJI HX. CABLE: 0594 BONG KONG. (WK 34/LETTER)

JOINT VENTORE/EXCHANGE OF pRODUCTION LICISES (WEST GERMAY). FIRM FOUNDED: 1936.
EMPLOYEES: 450. SALES AREA: GERMANY. BANK REF: BADISCHE KOMMUNALE LANDESBANK,
KARLSRUfOh. LANGUAGE OF CORRESPONDENCE: GERMAN AND ENGLISh. MUELLER & VEITH IS
ENGAGED IN THE PRODUCTION, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE, AS WELL AS EXPORT AND IMPORT
BUSINESS WITH MEAT AND MEAT SPECIALTIES. COMPANY WOULD LIKE 10 DISCUSS WITH AMERICAN
PARTNERS AN EXCHANGE OF PRODUCTION LICENSES AND POSSIBLY A JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT.
CONTACT: MR. GUENTHER LASSAK, MUELLER AND VEITH GMBH, I1EODOR REBBOLK-SIR. 17, D-7500
KARLSRUHE 1, WEST GERMANY. PHONE: 011-49- 721-615041-49. TELEX: 7825448 MUV D.
(WK 34/COMMERCE)

LIVE DONKEY (TAIAN). QUANTITY: TRIAL ORDER 20 BEAD. QUALITY: ADULT.
PACKAGING: CAGE. DELIVERY: 10 BE NEGOTIATED. QUOTE: C&F. BANK REF: OVERSEAS
CHINESE COMMERCIAL BANKING CORP, IAIPEI BRANCH. CONTACT: MR. LAN CHIN-CHENG, LEMEL
KING ENTERPRISE CORP., 3 ALLEY 13, LANE 123, SECTION 3, JEN Al ROAD, TAIPEI,
TAIWAN. PHONE: (02) 751-2490. TELEX: 25760 LEMLKING. (WK 34/1OFAS 0128)

MEXICAN FOODS (CANADA). Wants full range of Mexican foods. Packaging: Retail.
CONTACT: Roger Leap, Western Comodities Ltd., P.O. Box 818, New Westminister, BC V3L
4Z8, Canada. Telex: 04 351452 WESTICOM. Phone: 604-526-4851. (WK 34/O0FAS 8522)










MUSHROOKS (COLMBIA). DRY MUSHROOMS IN BULK. 1MPORIS 5-10 MLERIC TONS IN EXPORT
CONTAINERS. FOB AND C AND F BUENAVEN1URA PRICE QUOTES AND QUALITY CERTIFICATES
REQUESTED. BANK REF: FROM BANCO DE BOGOTA, BRANCH OFFICE CALLE 25 IN CAL1,
COLOMBIA. THE INQUIRER DEALS MAINLY WITH WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DISTRIBUTION OF
IMPORTED FRESH FRUITS APPLESS, BU1 IS TRYING TO EXPAND AND DIVERSIF' HIS
ACTIVITIES. CONTACT: MR. PEDRO A. MONSALVE, MANAGER, PEDRO A. MONSALVE AND COMPANY,
CALLE 12 NO. 9-58, CALI, COLOMBIA S.A. PHONE: 82-2709 HOME: 375978. (WK 34/10FAS
0141)

POTATOES FOR BAKING (WEST GERMANY). Quantity: 1000 tons. Quality: offer must be
accompanied by phytosanitary certificate stating that potatoes originate from areas
free of potato ring rot for 10 years and free of potato wart. Packaging: not
specified. Delivery: ASAP. Quote: not specified. Bank Reference:
Kreissparkasse, D-2150 Stade. CONTACT: Mr. R. Ott, K. Domeyer, Wilhelmstr. 15,
D-2152 Horneburg, West Germany. Phone: (04163) 2267. (WK 34/10FAS 0019)

POWDERED INSTANT WHOLE MILK (ALGERIA). Wants about 300,000 of 6 boxes/cartons/of
approximately 1.8 kg. net (lithographic metal boxes). Specs: (formula per 100 grams)
- Proteins 28"/-2, Lactose 37"/-2, Milk fat only 272, Minerals max. 6, Moisture max
3, Polyvitamin enriched (o1 be specified later), Lecithin 0.2. Bacteriological
Standards must comply with infant and small children food product specs as proposed
by the FAO/WHO Joint Expert Committee on microbiological specifications for food
products (Geneva, 1977). Other Spec: Pesticides, insecticides, antibiotics and heavy
metals: standards recommended by the Codex Alimentarius and WHO (or the exporting
country's standards). Synthetic aminoacids are not allowed. Delivery: Financial year
1986 according to the purchaser's schedule. Prices for one carton of 6 boxes shall
be quoted FOB stowed and indicated the loading port, cost and freight liner terms to
all Algerian ports. Payment upon presentation of documents. lenders in duplicate must
be sent in sealed plain envelopes marked only "Consulation International Lait en
Poudre Instantane' Entier A ne pas ouvrir" to the following address: "E.N.A.P.A.L.,
29 rue Larbi Ben M'hidi, Algiers", before August 31, 1985, the closing date for bids.
Cabled or telexed bids will not be taken into consideration. Bidders will remain
obligated to their bids for 90 days from the closing date for bids. Deposit: seller,
upon signing the contract, shall give the purchaser a 5% deposit of the deal's total
sum for carrying out the order properly. Deposit shall be reimbursed after the last
cargo has arrived and a 102 security deposit has been made. Last deposit shall
reimbursed at the end of the warranty period of 24 months. Every bidder is required
to furnish firm's status with a list of the main shareholders and partners; list of
the firm's main administrators; Balance sheets for the past two years; distribution
of the firm's capital if the tenderer in an incorporated firm; firm's fiscal standing
in Algeria and in the head quarters' country; complete analysis of the Commodity by
the T.N.O. laboratory; certificate delivery by competent authorities that the
supplier is approved for manufacturing dairy products; "Supplier" file listing the
date of establishment of the dairies, the range of products manufactured, the
experience in the area and the line of production. Samples: Carton of 6 boxes of 1.8
kilogram to be delivered by carrier with return receipt at E.N.A.P.A.L. Bidders will
be personally notified of the acceptance or rejection of their bids. For further
details contact "E.N.A.P.A.L., 29, rue larbi Ben M'Hidi, Algiers". Phone: 64.02.75
to 77. Telex: 53.236/52.850/52.987 ENAPAL DZ. (WK 34/LE11ER)










PROCESSED FROZEN MEAT (BEEF, PORK AND POULTRY), CANNED SOUP, FROZEN CHEESE CAKES AND
FROZEN STRAWBERRIES (JAPAN). Specific quantities and delivery schedule to be
decided later. Institutional packaging. Quotations: C&F. Bank Ref: Mitsui Bank,
Roppongi Branch, Tokyo. CONTACT: Mr. Hiroshi Takeuchi, DEC Foods Co., Ltd., c/o No.
8 Yasuda Bldg., 3-8, Kaigan 3-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Telex: J. 28393 DEC
JAPAN. Phone: (03)453-2588. (WK 34/10FAS 0264)

A) RABBITS ANGORA B) PONY (TAIWAN). QUANTITY: A) 1,000 HEAD. QUALITY: A)
4-6 MONTH OLD; WEIGHT 2 POUNDS. COLOR -WHITE. STANDARD EXPORT PACKAGING.
DELIVERY: A) & B) TO NEGOTIATED. QUOTE:. CIF TAIWAN. BANK REF: THE FIRST
COMMERCIAL BANK, CHUNG HSIAO ROAD BRANCh, TAIPE1. NOTE: IMPORTER INQUIRES ABOUT
INFORMATION ON PONY COLOR, HEIGHT, HEALTH CONDITIONS. PICTURES ARE REQUIRED FOR
FURTHER CONSIDERATION. CONTACT: HALDA WU, MOGUNN COMPANY LIMITED, 4F 1, 137 JEN
Al ROAD, SECTION 4, TAIPEI, TAIWAN. PHONE: (02) 781-5745. TELEX: 22519 MOGUNN.
(WK 34/TOFAS 0127

RAW TOBACCO (WEST GERMANY). Quantity: 700 Ml/per quality. Quality: raw
tobacco/L-C4F/L-B3L/L-B3F/SSC4F/S-B3L/S-B3F. Packaging: not specified. Delivery:
ASAP. Quote: FOB US Port. Bank Reference: Bremer Landesbank, D-2800 Bremen.
CONTACT: Mr. Klass, R. Klass & Co-Egro GmbH, P.O. Box 660340, D-2800 Bremen 66, West
Germany. Phone: (04221/70081). Telex: 249212. (WK 34/TOFAS 0077)

RICE LONG, MEDIUM AND SHORT GRAIN (CANADA). QUANTITY: 20,000 MT. PACKAGING:
100 LB. BAGS. DELIVERY: CIF OR FOB GUINEA. CONTACT: MR. JOSE AGGREY, BRODTOS
INTERNATIONAL INC., 6-309 GOULDBURN CRESCENT, OTTAWA, ONTARIO KIN 8N3, CANADA.
PHONE: 613-996-3942 EXT. 278. (WK 34/1OFAS 8521)

SEEDLINGS OF CHRISTMAS CACTUS AMD EASTER CACTUS JAPANN). 100,000 seedlings. Best
quality. Appropriate packaging for air shipment. Quotations: C&F. Bank Ref:
Saitama Bank, Kumagai Ekimae Branch, Saitama-ken. CONTACT: Mr. Wataru Tanakajima,
Tanakajima Green House, 446, Kashiai, Fukaya-shi, Saitama-ken, Japan. Phone:
(0485)72-1411. (WK 34/10FAS 0263)

SEEDS (ADSTRALIA). WANTS HORTICULTURAL SEEDS, PARTICULARLY BRACHYSCOME
IBERIDIFOLIA. QUANTITY: 50 KG. QUALITY: TOP QUALITY, PREFERABLY TESTED.
PACKAGING: HERMETIC. DELIVERY: AS AVAILABLE. QUOTE: CIF. BANK REF:
COMMONWEALTH TRADING BANK, SOUTH PERTH, WA, 6151. CONTACT: MR JOHN COLWILL, THE
HARPER SEED COMPANY, P.O. BOX 315, CANNINGION, WA, 6107, AUSTRALIA. TELEX: AA95759
(APEAT). PHONE: (09) 4594257 (WK 34/TOFAS 0233)

SEEDS OF ASPARAGUS, BEANS, CARROTS, CELERY, LETTUCE, RADISH AND SWEET CORN
(JAPAN). Specific quantities and delivery schedule to be decided later. Best
quality. Institutional packaging. Quotations: FOB. Bank Ref: Fuji Bank, Omiya
Branch, Saitama-ken. CONTACT: Mr. Tsutomu Tokita, Tokita Seed Co., Ltd., 1069,
Nakagawa, Omnya-shi, Saitama-ken, Japan. Telex: 2922137 TOKITA J. Cable: TORITA
SEED OMIYA. Phone: (0486)83-3434. (WK 34/TOFAS 0262)

SEMEN (COLOMBIA). SUBJECT FIRM IS A NEWLY ESTABLISHED SEMEN DEALER AND THEY WANT
TO SELL MAINLY BRAHMAN SEMEN. FIRST SHIPMENT WOULD AMOUNT TO 15,000 DOSES. SEMEN
MUST COMPLY WITH ICA HEALTH REQUIREMENTS, AND IS TO BE DELIVERED TO THE BOGOTA EL
DORADO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. BANK REFERENCES MAY BE OBTAINED FROM BANCO COMMERCIAL
ANTIOQUENO, UN1CENTRO, BOGOTA. CONTACT: JORGE ROSAS, AGROPROGRAMAS L.P., CARRERA 13
BISNO. 109-61. APARTADO 100956, BOGOTA, COLOMBIA PHONE: 214-2096. (WK 34/TOFAS 0142)










SEEN (COLOMBIA). INQUIRER WANTS 10 IMPORT GOAT, SWINE, CATTLE, AND HORSE SEMEN IN
THERMOSES. SEMEN MUST COMPLY WITH ICA HEALTH REGULATIONS, AND IS TO BE DELIVERED TO
THE BOGOTA EL DORADO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. ALSO, DR. BARNEY WANTS 10 SELL GALL
BLADDER STONES TO LABORATORIES IN THE U.S.A. AND WOULD LIKE 10 HEAR FROM U.S.
BUYERS. CONTACT: GUSTAVO BARNEY LOPEZ, ABS- CALl, CALLE 34 NO. 2N-09, CAL1, VALLE,
COLOMBIA. PHONE: (93) 431892. (WK 34/TOFAS 0143)

SHEEPS (TAJWAN). QUANTITY: 25 30 HEAD/BREED. QUALITY: NUBIAN, ALPINE,
TOGGENBURG, SAANEN, MILK PRODUCTION, 3 KCS/DAY, ONE YEAR OLD. STANDARD EXPORT
PACKAGING. DELIVERY: PROMPT SHIPMENT. QUOTE: AIRSHIPMENT FOB AND C&F. BANK REF:
THE FIRST COMMERCIAL BANK, CHUNG HSIAO ROAD BRANCH, TAIPE1. CONTACT: HALDA WU,
MOGUNN COMPANY LIMITED, 4F 1, 137 JEN Al ROAD, SECIION 4, IA1PEI, TAIWAN. TELEX:
22519 MOGUNN. PHONE: (02) 781-5745. (WK 34/TOFAS 0132)

SOYBEAN MEAL (SADDIA ARABIA). Quantity: 1,000 M.I. Quality: 49Z Protein, feed
grade. Packaging: 50 kg. PP bags, bulk discharge. Delivery: Every 3 months,
starting ASAP. Other Requirements: Certificates of weight, analysis and quality.
Quote: CIF Jeddah. Bank Reference: National Commercial Bank, laif, and Al Saudi Al
Fransi Bank, Taif. CONTACT: Abdullah B. Kadi, Kadi Establishment for Agriculture and
Poultry, P.O. Box 88, Taif, Saudi Arabia. Telex: 450014 KADI SJ. Phone: 746-471.
(WK 34/10FAS 0039)

SUNFLOWER SEED OIL (IRAQ). WANTS CRUDE DEWAXED SUNFLOWERSEED OIL. QUANTITY:
20,000 MT PLUS OR MINUS 5 PERCENT. QUALITY: FREE FATTY ACID NO OLEIC PERCENTAGE BY
WEIGHT MAX 2, POROX1DE VALUE, M1LIMOLE ACTIVE OXYGEN PER KG, SAMPLE MAX 5,
SAPONlFiCATION VALUE MG KOH/GM SAMPLE 188-194, IODINE VALUE ((WIJ5)), 1/1000 GM
SAMPLE 120-135, TITRE 16/20 DG. C, REFRACI1VE INDEX Al 20 DEJ C 1.472-1.475,
MOISTURE, IMPURITIES AND SUSPENDED MATTER PERCENTAGE BY WEIGHT MAX 0.5, COLOR ON
5-1/4 INCH CELL LOVlBOND SCALE MAX 8 RED, SESAME OIL, COTTON O1L, PEANUT OIL AND
PARAFFIN TESTS ALL NEGATIVE. PACKAGING: BULK. DELIVERY: 3,000 MT IN FEBRUARY, APRIL,
MAY, JULY, OCT. AND NOV. AND 2,000 MT IN AUG. YEAR 1986 AND EACH QUANT11Y PLUS OR
MINUS 5 PERCENT. QUOTE: FOB, L&F QUABA, C&F KUWAIT STATE FREIGHT CHARGES
SEPARATELY, SEPARATE PRICE FOR EACH MONTH'S SHIPMENT, PREFER PAYMENT FOR FOB VALUE
UNDER CCC'S EXPORT CREDIT GUARANTEE PROGRAM (GSM-102), OR IN U.S. DOLLARS. U.S.
SUPPLIERS SHOULD STATE THEY CANNOT COMPLY WITH ANY BOYCOTT REQU1REIMETS. ADDITIONAL
REQUIREMENTS SHOULD BE OBTAINED FROM SUBJECT IMPORTER. BANK REF: RAFIDA1N BANK,
ZAFARAN1YA BRANCH, BAGHDAD. CONTACT: IMPORT MANAGER, STATE ENTERPRISE FOR VEG. OILS,
P.O. BOX 2379, MASBAH, BAGHDAD, IRAQ. TELEX: 212771 RD 212221 ZUYOUI PHONEUJ
718-2450. (WK 34/10FAS 0093)

TALLOW AND MILK POWDER (TAIWAN). A) TALLOW WHITE FOR SOAP USES. QUANTITY 2,000
MT. QUALITY: 41 TIRE WITH SPECS REQUIRED. PACKING: IN BULK SHIPMENT. QUOTE:
FOB USA MAIN PORT & C&F TAIWAN FOR BOTH. B) MILK POWDER; GRADE: ADM1 EXTRA GRADE.
QUANTITY: SKIM 1,000 MT AND FULL CREAM 500 MT. PACKING: 5 LBS BAG & 25 KGS BAGS
FOR BOTH. BANK REF: THE CHANG HWA COMMERCIAL BANK. CONTACT: KARL C. S. LAN,
AMETECO INDUSTRIES, INC., 311 CHUNG HSIAO EAST ROAD, SEC, 4, TAIPEI, TAIWAN, REPUBLIC
OF CHINA. TELEX: 24669 AMETECO. CABLE: AMETECO TAIPE1. PHONE: 7520898. (Wk
34/LETTER)

VALENCIA ORANGES (TAIWAN). QUANTITY: ONE 20' COMlAINER OR 40' CONAINER.
QUALITY: "SUN-RAPT", "ROYAL" OR "BUCKAROO" BRANDS. PACKAGING: 138 PCS/CARTON.
DELIVERY: ASAP. QUOTE: C&F OR FOB. BANK REF: THE FIRST COMMERCIAL BANK AND thE
CHANG HWA COMMERCIAL BANK, LTD., HSI-MEN BRANCH, TAIPEI, hS1-MEN BRANCH, TAlPE1.
CONTACT: MR. CHAN ChUAN, SH10 KAO TRADING CO., LTD, 68 0 MEl STREET, TAIPE1,
TAIWAN. TELEX: 11138 SHINKAO. PHONE: (02) 331-4190. (WK 34/TOFAS 0129)











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MARKETING DEVELOPMENT AClIV IlES

OVERSEAS LABEL CLEARANCE PROGRAM

Japanese Government outlines framework for "Action Program" to decrease government
intervention in all standards and certification systems in order to improve access to
the Japanese market. the Japanese government is studying the following steps to
reduce government intervention:

1. Reduce the number of items that require application through the introduction
of the package-approval system.

2. Shift to self-certification and away from government certification.

3. Reduction or easing of standards.

4. Control establishment of new systems.

5. Re-study standards and certification systems which are not based on specific
laws in an effort to abolish them.

6. Acceptance of inspection data from other countries and inspection authorities
in other countries. If inspection data meets certain fixed conditions it
will be accepted as a general principle.

7. Participation of representatives of interested foreign countries as members
of the Experts Committee of the JAS investigation Council, according to need.

8. Co-ordination and conformity with International standards, in principle.

9. Simplification and speeding up of certification procedures.

10. Shorten the time and scope of application of import procedures and make
procedures clearer. Example: making reporting within a fixed period of
time unnecessary, in the case of continuous imports of some foodstuffs.
Introduction of a prior reporting system, package reporting system, etc.
improvement of quarantine methods and the promotion of co-operation for
quarantine techniques.


Consolidate the receiving and complaints disposal systems.












United Kingdom lowers maximum levels of lead in canned foods in an effort to
bring the limits for lead in canned foods in line with the limits in
non-canned foods. New regulations have been placed before the British
Parliament that would reduce the statutory maximum levels of lead permitted in
canned foodstuffs. Currently canned foods are subject to a limit of 2.0 mg/kg
and canned fish to a limit of 3.0 mg/kg. Under the new regulation the
majority of canned foods would have to comply with the general limit of 1 mg/kg
Separate new limits have been specified at reduced levels for corned beef and
condensed milk. Foods canned prior to December 31, 1985 which comply with the
existing limits will be allowed for sale for two more years until December 31,
1987 to allow time for these canned foods to pass through the distribution
chain.

Results of British survey on consumer understanding of and requirements for
fat content and nutritional labelling were announced by the United Kingdoms'
Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. the survey was commissioned as a
result of the COMA report on diet and cardiovascular disease. The survey
showed that the British consumer preferred labelling which used words and
sentences in plain English. They generally welcomed information on nutrition
as long as the labels were not too instructional or judgemental. Detailed
labelling was not well received, although the consumer felt that a broader
range of information than fat content alone was desirable. Over two-thirds of
the surveyed respondents thought that food labels should show protein and
vitamins. More than half felt that it was important to show fat, sugar,
calories, salt and iron. Copies of the complete report "Lonsumer Attitudes to
and Understanding of Nutritional Labelling: Summary Report" are available from
the Consumers Association, Castlemead, Gascoyne Way, Hertford SG14 1LH, United
Kingdom at a cost of 30 British pounds.

Canadian ban on Chloramphenicol was made permanent on July 24, 1985. Certain
veterinary uses of chloramphenicol will be maintained in non-food producing
animals such as dogs, however, chloramphenicol has been permanently banned for
use in food producing animals in Canada.

Canadians to issue guidelines on the use of the term "Natural" on packaged
foods. The Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs in Canada has issued
a communique outlining the status of the development of proposed guidelines
describing criteria and a general definition on the use of the term "natural"
for food industry reference and use.

U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the use of irradiation for cut
or whole fresh pork carcasses at minimum dosage levels of 100 kilorads. Ihis
is expected to kill or halt the reproduction of Irichinella Spiralis, a
parasite that is sometimes found in hogs that will infest humans if not killed
by heat, processing or freezing. The low dosages of irradiation is not
intended to extent the products shelf-life. At the retail level the product
must carry a label that states that the product was "treated by gamma
radiation"






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HELPFUL HINISIN RESPONDING TO FOREIGN IRADE LEADS


Based on comments from firms to Foreign Agricultural Service representatives
aboard, there are two main reasons companies are unsuccessful in their
attempts to develop trade relationships from opportunities such as those
presented in this issue -- delays in responding to trade inquiries and
ineffective correspondence. Ihe following guidelines may prove helpful when
responding to trade inquiries.

ALWAYS REPLY QUlLKLY

USE 'ELEX. lelex is the communication mode expected by most foreign buyers.
If more details are required, a brief telephone call is also an effective way
to indicate your interest. Delay gives the edge to your competition. Unless
otherwise specified by foreign inquiry, correspondence in English is
acceptable.

ALWAYS RESPOND LOMPLELEL1

ON iOUR FIRM. Furnish bank and trade references, pertinent company history,
and relevant exporting experience. It is also useful to mail a copy of your
annual sales report. Establish your firm as a reliable source of supply.

ON YOUR PRODUCI. Supply complete product information. Use the metric system
of measurement. American standard weights, measures and dimensions have
little meaning in most overseas countries. When responding by mail,
descriptive and illustrative brochures should be included, but not relied on,
to do the whole selling job.

ON YOUR PRICE. Include full price information when possible, and a delivery
date. Quote the price requested or a CIF price (cost, insurance, and freight)
to a port in the inquirer's country. A freight forwarder will be able to help
you determine insurance and freight prices for the products involved. Specific
terms of payment should be clearly stated. Information provided should,
whenever possible, be sufficient for the customer to place an order without
the delay of further correspondence.

ALWAYS REPLM EFFECIIVELI

BE SPECIFIL. Ask specific questions to pinpoint buyer's needs. If the
inquiry does not clearly specify products or services desired, let the buyer
know what you have available. Do not neglect imprecise inquiries.

BE DISCRETE. Seek credit data from sources other than the overseas firm.
Personal requests for credit information are considered discourteous in many
countries. Such information is easily obtained from reliable and objective
sources such as your bank's international department.






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BE ORIGINAL. When replying by mail, do not use form letters. Form letters
are frequently discarded by overseas buyers. Keep correspondence friendly and
interesting. Avoid using slang. Create an impression of personal and
exclusive interest.

BE ACLURA1E. Check the correct address of the foreign firm, whatever mode of
reply. When writing, do not discard the envelope until you are sure the
complete address (including the country) is on the firm's letterhead. The
return address should provide your company's full name and address, including
"U.S.A". After the zip code. Include your cable address and telephone number.

BE SMARI. Do not disregard inquiries with less-than-perfect English. Quite
possibly, it is a legitimate sales lead but the writer knows English only as a
second language. Also, if the printing quality of the stationery does not
meet standards you ordinarily expect, keep in mind that printing standards in
your correspondent's country might be quite different. Despite first
impression, the inquiry may be from a reputable, well-established firm.

FOLLOW-UP. If a reply is not received within a reasonable time, follow-up
with a second telex. You may have missed the original export opportunity, but
may still be able to begin a business relationship.










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