International Agribusiness Center Newsletters

August 2018 Newsletter
Upcoming Events: UAE and Kuwait Focused Trade Mission; Food and Hotel China Show; Tools of the Trade Seminar.

IABC Welcomes Krista Knigge as new division administrator; Food Export offering webinars on tariffs.

May 2018 Newsletter
May is World Trade Month; upcoming events include Agribusiness Roundtable, Cheese Export Seminar, MITA 'Real Resources'

April 2018 Newsletter
"Unlocking Global Opportunities" Conference to be hosted May 9 by Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce's World Trade Association.

 March 2018 Newsletter
Ag Marketing Services for China Plant Audits; U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement Outcomes.

January 2018 Newsletter
Apply now: Governor's Export Achievement Awards; Upcoming events: Singapore, Korea, China.

Harsdorf appointed secretary of WI Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection; upcoming events highlighted.

DATCP offering space at Gulfood 2018; Seminars focus on financial assistance for global market expansion.

August 2017 Newsletter
Wisconsin by the numbers; DATCP Webinars: Certificates of Free Sale, Phytosanitary Certificates & More.

July 2017 Newsletter
Japan's tariff increase on U.S. frozen beef; NAFTA renegotiation objectives; DATCP Sec. Brancel retirement

June 2017 Newsletter
China dairy update; Export education is just a click away!

WI delegation, cheese carver attend China Dairy Expo; Heinemann new director of International Agribusiness Center.

January 2017 Newsletter
Vilsack to lead dairy organization; upcoming events and more.

November 2016 Newsletter
Venezuela: Temporary zero tariffs for agricultural products and live animals.

October 2016 Newsletter
Worker Training Grants, Trade Alert for U.S. Hardwoods and more!

September 2016 Newsletter
Egypt Updates and upcoming events.

August 2016 Newsletter

Input needed: U.S.-Israel Free Trade Agreement; read about upcoming events and more.

FDA revises facility registration process for Chile, China and EU; upcoming events listed.
 
Governor Walker and DATCP Secretary Brancel lead successful trade mission to Jalisco, Mexico; upcoming events previewed.
 
May 2016 Newsletter
Wisconsin companies find success at National Restaurant Association Show; sign up for export strategy development program.​

April 2016 Newsletter
New rules for Egypt, Korea; Export training; read about upcoming seminars and more.

March 2016 Newsletter
U.S. Dairy Export Council reports market to close in Turkey on April 1, 2016; South Korea implements foreign food facility registration effective Feb. 4, 2016.

Read about the Feeding the World Exportech Sessions, a collaboration between DATCP and the Wisconsin Manufacturing Extension Partnership designed to help companies tap into new markets with a customized export expansion strategy.

Applications available for Governor's Export Acheivement Awards; information about upcoming Trade Mission to Mexico and the China Dairy Expo and Summit.

Free export seminar offered for specialty and artisan cheese companies looking to expand into Asian markets; grant and awards information.

Booth space available for American Food Fair at National Restaurant Show in Chicago in May; FDA requests verification of registration information for China

American Food Fair booth space information offered; China to adopt upgrade to Foreign Food Importer and Exporter Filing System.
 
August 2015 Newsletter
Tips to reduce the impact of a strong dollar; read about Food Show Plus SIAL Middle East, PLMA Buyers Mission.
 
July 2015 Newsletter
Four basic steps to acheving export success; Third Annual Wisconsin Global Trade Conference scheduled.

Canada publishes proposed changes to Nutrition Labeling Regulations; Turkey extends market access for U.S. origin dairy products.

Learn how your agribusiness can become an exporter. The DATCP International Agribusiness Center staff can assist you whether you're experienced in international sales or just getting started.

April 2015 Newsletter
DATCP leads Wisconsin Agricultural Trade Mission to Heilongjang Province in China; upcoming events listed.

March 2015 Newsletter
Visit Food Export website to learn about buyers misssions and explore other resources for achieving export success.

Wisconsin’s agricultural exports rose by 13.6 percent in 2014 to a record $3.6 billion. The state’s increase was nearly three times greater than the growth rate for total U.S. agriculture exports and marks the fifth straight year Wisconsin’s numbers have risen.
 
Heilongjiang dairy industry set to expand, possibly opening new markets for U.S. products; U.S. Livestock Genetics Exports receives funds to promote livestock exports.
 
 
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