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AMS at USDA, Fruit and Vegetable Market News Service

  • Fruit and Vegetable Market News Portal Market News Reports - Fruit and Vegetable (PDF Files) (25-page PDF File - updated April 2005) Go to: Return to: Return to: For 90 years, A MS has provided current, unbiased price and sales information to assist in the orderly marketing and distribution of farm commodities.
  • . Reports include information on prices, volume, quality, condition, and other market data on farm products in specific markets and marketing areas.
  • . Reports cover both domestic and international markets.



    Summary of report: Australian Rambutans - Market opportunity and analysis of the domestic market
  • || || || || || || Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation full report ( 4 megs ) printed publication Summary of full report Australian Rambutans - Market opportunity and analysis of the domestic market by Judy Noller, Marketing Officer, Department of Primary Industries, Queensland March 2001 RIRDC Publication No 01/26 RIRDC Project No.
  • . DAQ-260A (Rambutans) Executive Summary Presented in this report is a detailed analysis of the domestic market for Australian rambutans, together with a marketing plan to assist the industry to expand its markets.
  • . Almost all fruit is sold to ethnic Asian consumers in Sydney and Melbourne, although producers gained access to the attractive Japanese market late in the 2000 Queensland season, a development that will affect future supply to domestic markets.
  • . Most fruit is supplied by two marketing groups, one with quality control systems, to wholesale market agents specialising in exotic and tropical fruits.
  • . More coordination of supply would support the development of new markets, avoid competition among suppliers for the same market, and improve market feedback to the industry.



    Summary of report: Australia Longans - Market Opportunity, Identification and Analysis of the Domestic Market
  • Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation || || || || || || full report ( 4 meg kbs ) printed publication Summary of full report Australia Longans - Market Opportunity, Identification and Analysis of the Domestic Market by Judy Noller, Marketing Officer, Department of Primary Industries, Queensland March 2001 RIRDC Publication No 01/25 RIRDC Project No.
  • . DAQ-260A (Longans) Executive Summary Presented in this report is a detailed analysis of the domestic market for Australian longans together with a marketing plan to assist the industry to grow its markets.
  • . There is a national industry organisation, Longan Association Australia, but no co-ordinated marketing system.
  • . As a result the industry lacks a mechanism that could co-ordinate supplies to support market development, control quality, carry out industry-wide promotion, develop a quality backed brand, and industry-wide grades, avoid competition between suppliers for the same market, and gather the market feedback the industry needs to develop new and unfamiliar markets.



    MARKETING OF POTATOES ACT 1946 - SECT 28 Domestic market entitlements
  • Western Australian Consolidated Acts MARKETING OF POTATOES ACT 1946 - SECT 28 Domestic market entitlements 28 .
  • . Domestic market entitlements (1) For each domestic marketing pool established under section 26(2) the Corporation shall allocate domestic market entitlements specifying the quantity of ware potatoes that the Corporation is required to accept if delivered in accordance with section 23(1) by or on behalf of a registered business during the relevant pool period.
  • . (2) The Corporation —  (a) shall allocate a domestic market entitlement to each business for the time being registered under section 22B; and (b) may invite applications from growers, or from persons other than growers, for the allocation of such an entitlement, but any such allocation shall not have effect unless or until the business to which the entitlement is, or is to be, allocated is registered under section 22B.
  • . (4) In making recommendations to the Minister, and in allocating domestic market entitlements, the Corporation may have regard to —  (a) the likelihood or otherwise of continuity and certainty of delivery; (b) the anticipated market demand; (c) any other anticipated requirement of consumers; and (d) any other factors regarded as relevant by the Corporation.

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    Diversity Australia - Marketing: International and Domestic
  • Search this site: > Marketing: International and Domestic Marketing: International and Domestic Australia's diverse population, with its rich array of languages and cultures, provides business with a valuable resource that can be harnessed for economic growth and competitiveness both domestically and internationally.
  • . The changing composition of the Australian population has created large niche markets of migrant communities which are fertile sources of new products that can also become sources of new markets for mainstream Australian customers.
  • . This translates into 8.8 million consumers in the domestic market.
  • . Accordingly, any Australian business that wants to reach its 'whole' market and make its goods and services accessible to all potential buyers needs to have strategies in place for reaching and servicing diverse consumers.
  • . In an increasingly globalised world, expertise in overseas business protocols and local contacts create a competitive edge by assisting businesses to tap into new markets overseas.


    Head Marketing - Domestic (Garments) , Malwa Group, Punjab - Ludhiana
  • . Designation Head Marketing - Domestic (Garments) Experience 10 years - 14 years Industry Type Accessories/Apparel/Fashion Design/Textiles/Garments Functional Area Mktg/Advtg/MR/Media Planning/PR/Corp.
  • . Keyword marketing or sales or head marketing Location Punjab - Ludhiana Remuneration Best In Industry Education PG - Management Job Description Candidate would be Heading the Retail Domestic Market of India for the Retail Channel Development and Exploring & Developing new markets.
  • . Brand Management & Marketing in India 3.
  • . Forecasting the Future Market Trends & Scenario 5.
  • . Follow Market Developments & Competitor Activities.
  • . Desired Profile The incumbent should be Professionally Qualified with around 12 years of Experience in Marketing & Sales across the Industry.
  • . He should have good Marketing Skills and should be a Quick Decision Maker, Target Oriented, Innovative, Good Leader & Motivator.


    The Hindu Business Line : `Tap domestic market potential for organic products'
  • Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications Wednesday, Feb 02, 2005 News Features Stocks Port Info Archives Group Sites - Cultivation `Tap domestic market potential for organic products' G.K.
  • . 1 INDIA has tremendous scope for export of organic agricultural products but to tap this potential the country needs to carefully study the market before embarking on cultivation of the crops.
  • . It also has a huge domestic market, which remains to be tapped, Dr Samuel B.
  • . Dr Samuel, who is here for the official launch of the Indian Organic Market Development Project (IOMDP) on Thursday, said the country should produce good quality special organic products, which at present are either at short supply or not available in the world and Indian markets.
  • . If everybody produced one product, it would end up with saturation in the market.
  • . For instance, organic tea has reached the saturation point in the European markets due to excess supply from China, Sri Lanka and India.


    Domestic Market | Ricoh Europe
  • Ricoh Europe | > > > > Domestic market Domestic Market Ricoh's domestic sales structure supports its lead in plain-paper copiers and facsimile machines with more than 4, 700 affiliate sales companies or agents employing nearly 25, 000 people.
  • . Supporting the activities in Japan is the Marketing Information System, which offers dealers an array of data to develop comprehensive marketing approaches and thereby optimise customer satisfaction.  Ricoh's comprehensive approach to manufacturing helped it achieve certification under the ISO 9000 series for all production facilities around the globe.  While continuing to broaden its global manufacturing scope, Ricoh has maintained an extensive domestic production network.

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    RAB.com
  • . | RST Archives Sales and Marketing News from RAB Your Search Results: Radio Sales Today In the Radio Sales Today Archive, you'll find timely marketing news, money making promotions, sales tips, and super-hot news about consumer behavior from past issues of RAB's daily fax/email newsletter.
  • . The Non-Traditional Revenue Tip of the Day is presented by independent professionals on the cutting edge of new business development, including Co-op, Event Marketing and manufacturer-funded plans.


    A Basic Guide to Exporting - Developing a Marketing Plan
  • Developing a Marketing Plan As you can imagine, many foreign markets differ greatly from the United States.
  • . Once you have decided that your company is able and committed to exporting, the next step is to develop a marketing plan.
  • . A clearly written marketing strategy offers six immediate benefits: Because written plans display strengths and weaknesses more readily, they are a great help in formulating and polishing an export strategy.
  • . Market Research To successfully export your product, you should examine foreign markets through research.
  • . The purpose is to identify marketing opportunities and constraints abroad, as well as to identify prospective buyers and customers.
  • . Market research encompasses all methods that a company can use to determine which foreign markets have the best potential for its products.
  • . Results of this research inform the firm of: the largest markets for its product, the fastest growing markets, market trends and outlook, market conditions and practices, and competitive firms and products.


    Hop Industry Review - 5. Assessment of Regulations for the Domestic Marketing of New Zealand Hops
  • . Assessment of Regulations for the Domestic Marketing of New Zealand Hops In undertaking the review of the hop industry, it is necessary to determine whether there is a need for Regulations for the domestic marketing of hops and hop products.
  • . This chapter assesses whether or not the Hop Marketing Regulations 1939 are consistent with New Zealand's open market economy and whether they maximise the net benefits of the domestic industry to New Zealand, and hence whether the Regulations are necessary.
  • . Industry specific arguments in favour of statutory single desk marketing structures are countered by generic arguments against such structures.
  • . However, in assessing the net benefits to a nation, it is difficult to find any net benefits in retaining a single desk structure for the domestic market, as deregulation would simply redistribute the net benefits to other sectors of the industry in New Zealand and remove costs imposed by the statutory constraints.
  • . Given that the arguments against a statutory single desk structure (refer to ) are indicative of net costs to the nation, the net benefits of retaining a single desk on the domestic market are, on a generic scale, outweighed by the costs.


    IFPRI--Training Workshop on Quantitative Methods for Domestic Market Reforms in South Asia
  • >> >> >> Training Workshop on Quantitative Methods for Domestic Market Reforms in South Asia September 20-24, 2004 Islamabad, Pakistan CONCEPT NOTE With South Asia increasingly trying to move from food self-sufficiency towards high-value agriculture, the region's globalization strategy continues to center on agriculture.
  • . It is understood that for the region to fully participate in the international markets, its agriculture sector needs to be competitive.
  • . Becoming globally competitive requires basic domestic reforms in agriculture that remove inefficiencies in the production, marketing, and distribution systems.
  • . The methods for analyzing agriculture market reforms for input and output markets remain poorly understood and the analysis that is undertaken is rarely applied in the region's policymaking context.
  • . To enhance the region's capacity for analyzing the impacts and outcomes of domestic market reforms, a methods workshop will be organized in Islamabad, Pakistan from September 20-24, 2004 for researchers, policymakers, trainers, and postgraduate university professors.

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    Domestic Market Support (Australia) - What does DMS stand for? Acronyms and abbreviations by the Free Online Dictionary.

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    Increasing exports to combat domestic slowdown -- Mr Philip Eapen, Executive Director, Marketing, MRF
  • Increasing exports to combat domestic slowdown -- Mr Philip Eapen, Executive Director, Marketing, MRF From THE HINDU group of publications Sunday, September 09, 2001 • • • • | Increasing exports to combat domestic slowdown -- Mr Philip Eapen, Executive Director, Marketing, MRF B.
  • . Mr Philip Eapen, Executive Director, Marketing, MRF, shared his views on the industry and MRF's performance in an interview with Business Line.
  • . What has been the impact of the entry of Bridgestone ACC and Apollo Tyres on the radial market? Has their entry altered your company's position in the industry? Bridgestone is predominantly an original equipment supplier, especially to the Japanese and Korean car companies.
  • . Apollo has only come out with some cheap radial tyres that have had only a temporary and minimal impact in the market place.
  • . With the Government's policy of liberalising imports, has there been a significant flow of cheaper imported tyres? What impact have imports had on the prospects of domestic tyre producers? The cheaper import of tyres has not made any significant dent in the domestic market since quality is still the paramount issue with Indian customers.


    "Access India" - High-powered Entry to Sizzling "Domestic" Market
  • "Access India" - High-powered Entry to Sizzling "Domestic" Market The same language, laws, education, accounting and parliamentary systems make India effectively a " global domestic market " for Canadian firms, according to The Honourable Sinclair Stevens , President of the Commonwealth Advantage program.
  • . "From a business viewpoint, we are citizens of a common country !" For one-tenth the cost of a salesperson , business executives can personally join a business-to-business Mission to meet the senior players in the Indian market and personally: Enter India's booming economy , not only the world's fourth-largest, but hot: this year, India passed China as the world's fastest-growing major economy, at more than eight per cent, and half of its GDP comes from high-tech services.
  • . Enjoy earnings per share which are growing in India at 16% The "ACCESS INDIA" Executive Mission CATA/The Commonwealth Advantage and the Greater Toronto Marketing Alliance have joined in an official partnership to jointly host a business-to-business Mission to India, February 13-21, 2006.


    1997 Yearend Marketing Report on US Recording Shipments
  • 1997 Yearend Marketing Report on US Recording Shipments The market for recorded music, measured by what manufacturers ship to retail and non-retail channels, experienced a decline in unit shipments and dollar value according to the recording Industry Association of America, the trade group that compiles the report.
  • . "But today from a financial point of view, we're in the best shape ever." CD Album Product Continues to Show Growth Supporting the affirmation of a healthy marketplace, the RIAA's report revealed the shipment of full- length CD product to retail grew 2.3% in 1997 (this number, not broken out in the chart, excludes special market shipments).
  • . CD Single unit shipments grew 54.4% from 43.2 million in '96 to 66.7 million in '97 CD Single dollar value grew 48.1% from $184.1 million in '96 to $272.7 million in '97 Cassettes Still A Viable Format Constituting 16.2% of all consumer purchases, cassettes remain a substantial part of the overall market, and manufacturers continue to produce and distribute every genre in this format.

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