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Under a 1957 protocol to the Treaty of Rome, Germany enjoyed duty free imports of non-ACP bananas up to a level effectively equal to annual consumption. This is no longer the case under the conditions of the new EC regulation whereby a 20% Common...
These guidelines address basic questions which exporters of cut flowers and ornamental foliage will need answered before they try to venture into the difficult and demanding German market.
Fifteen products or product categories are discussed. These have been chosen to represent the products which provide the best opportunity for exporters from Commonwealth countries.
The final choice of market contact(s) for the exporter depends to a large extent on what quantity he intends to export, which assortment and what quality he can produce and whether he is inclined to work with one major importer or two or more smaller...
The German market appears very attractive to most exporters. It is by far the largest market in the world for imported cut flowers and ornamental foliage, and imports about 80% of its reqirements. The consumers are amongst the most wealthy in Europe...
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