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  • Tianjin ECM Report TOP
    Date: 04/19/2010
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    Highlight: Tianjin is a Special Municipality directly under the control of China��s Central Government along with Beijing, Shanghai, and Chongqing. Home to the fifth largest port in the world and now connected to Beijing by high-speed train, the city is increasingly integrated into a single megalopolis with the capital. Tianjin��s closeness to Beijing has also resulted in the city being unfairly ignored by exporters and food distributors �C despite its high market potential. As a result, Tianjin��s distrib...
  • BioFach China 2009 and Updates on Organic Market in Shanghai TOP
    Date: 04/12/2010
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    Highlight: The 3rd BioFach China, China's largest international organic & natural products exhibition, was held in the International Exhibition Centre INTEX Shanghai, from May 27-29, 2009. It was the first time since the show began in 2007 that U.S. Agricultural Trade Office, together with Organic Trade Association, participated at BioFach China. A wide range of U.S. organic products were displayed at ATO-OTA joint booth. Products that generate most interest include: baby food, soymilk, and snack food. ...
  • Xi'an Market Report TOP
    Date: 01/04/2010
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    Highlight: Since the 1999 launch of the national Great Western Development Strategy, Xi��an has grown rapidly as a major gateway to western China. With annual economic growth exceeding 13 percent, the city was spared the effects of the global financial crisis that affected China��s coastal areas. Xi��an��s rapid development has boosted incomes and fueled development of its food market sharply increasing interest in high quality imported foods. Demand is also being driven by the city��s rapidly growing touris...
  • Zhengzhou Market Report TOP
    Date: 01/04/2010
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    Highlight: Zhengzhou is the capital of Henan, the most populous province in China. With an economy growing close to 15 percent, Zhengzhou is also the region��s driving force for high-value imported food products.
  • South Chinas bakery industry is booming but demand for US TOP
    Date: 12/09/2009
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    Highlight: The baking industry is booming in South China, fertile ground for domestic and foreign investors. Large industrial manufacturers, high-end or large bakery chains, retail outlets and luxury hotels make fancy baked products to satisfy demand for high quality, mostly from middle to high income urban families and well educated younger generation. This spells opportunities for a wide range of U.S. baking ingredients including wheat, dairy products, dried fruit, nuts, fruit puree, fillings and even c...
  • Fuzhou propelled by the oceans legacy sails on TOP
    Date: 12/09/2009
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    Highlight: Fuzhou, capital of Fujian province, on China��s southeastern coast, across from Taiwan, inherits a legacy from the ocean. During its more than 2,200 year history, many of its people took to the seas for America, among many other countries, to settle and spread awareness to family back home about western products. In the 1900��s it established a navy yard and naval academy. It is defined by its proximity and trade with Taiwan �C and waterway connecting the two. Fuzhou owes its cross-straits and...
  • Quanzhou Fujians city of light reignites TOP
    Date: 11/30/2009
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    Highlight: Quanzhou, the major industrial base in Fujian province, demonstrates ample market opportunities for U.S. exports. The Maritime Silk Road began here. Since then, the city has created a road that��s ignited trade in a new way. Quanzhou��s textile and apparel manufacturing, shoe making and food processing are well known in China. Tea, citrus and longan produced there have superior quality. With the highest per capita income and disposable expenditure in the province, Quanzhou consumers look for som...
  • China Peoples Republic of Market Development Reports Zhuhai TOP
    Date: 11/27/2009
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    Highlight: Zhuhai is touted as a romantic city because of its seaside beauty. But the place is more than just looks and proximity to Macau and Hong Kong. It��s one of the five Special Economic Zones in China and South China��s transportation and logistic hub. It��s where China��s Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition is held and last year exhibited the Shenzhou 7 orbital module, famous for the first Chinese space walk. What��s more, Zhuhai is a market for U.S. agricultural products in the retail sector and has...
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