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000266102 245__ $$aContinued Export Expansion Likely for U.S. Food Processors
000266102 260__ $$c1993
000266102 269__ $$a1993-01-01
000266102 336__ $$aJournal Article
000266102 520__ $$aBecause of record export growth, U.S. food processors posted a trade surplus in 1992 for the first time. The appeal of American brand names and the influence of U.S. multinational firms abroad should strengthen that position in the face of stiff world competition. U.S. firms sell in a world market where trade in processed foods exceeded $205 billion in 1990. Two dozen countries supplied 80 percent of that amount. Over half of all shipments originated in Western Europe and North America. The United States accounted for 8.5 percent of world exports of processed foods in 1990, surpassed only by France with 9.8 percent and The Netherlands with 8.9 percent.
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000266102 546__ $$aEnglish
000266102 650__ $$aInternational Relations/Trade
000266102 650__ $$aProduction Economics
000266102 700__ $$aEpps, Walter
000266102 700__ $$aHandy, Charles R.
000266102 773__ $$jVolume 16$$kIssue 1$$o19$$q13$$tFood Review: The Magazine of Food Economics
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