Catching up with USDA FAS: Russia, South Africa, Chile and more

11/04/2011 09:58:00 AM
Tom Karst

 Korea Fresh Produce Market Update: From the report: In 2010, South Korea's fresh fruit and vegetable imports rose significantly due to improvements from the economic downturn of the previous year. Fresh fruit imports from the United States were worth $205 million, up by 56 percent from the previous year, with the U.S. maintaining dominant market shares for citrus and fresh cherries. Fresh vegetable imports were relatively small, amounting to $10 million. The Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement is expected to boost the competitiveness of many goods through tariff cuts and the lifting of various import barriers.

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