FAS Still Accepting Applications for the June 2016 Trade Mission to Ukraine and Romania

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Acting Deputy Secretary of Agriculture Michael Scuse will lead a trade mission June 11-18, 2016 to create export opportunities for U.S. agriculture in Ukraine and Romania. Participants will have a unique opportunity to forge relationships with potential customers and trading partners, interact with host government officials, and gather market intelligence that will help them develop strategies to start or expand sales in these important Eastern European markets.

Areas of Interest

  • Agricultural Machinery
  • Agriculture Information Technology
  • Animal Feed
  • Cold Storage Facilities
  • Dairy Products
  • Fertilizer
  • Fresh Fruit
  • Irrigation and Soil Technologies
  • Livestock Genetics
  • Processed Products
  • Tree Nuts
  • Value-Added Products

Applications must be received by April 22, 2016. Please click here for application instructions and more information

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