Stories tagged: export
UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 3, 2017, 10:54 p.m.
Canada OKs Idaho company’s genetically engineered potatoes
Three types of potatoes genetically engineered by an Idaho company to resist the pathogen that caused the Irish potato famine are safe for the environment and safe to eat, Canadian …
Thu., Feb. 4, 2016
Editorial: TPP a boon to Washington
The Trans-Pacific Partnership removes trade barriers and opens new markets. It could also boost wages overseas and at home.
Fri., May 26, 1995
U.S. Goods Get Mixed Reviews In World Market
The quality of U.S. products gets a mixed review in from consumers across the globe, lagging behind Japanese and German goods, according to a survey. The Bozell-Gallup Worldwide second annual …
Sat., May 20, 1995
Apple Sales To Mexico Snap Back Stabilizing Peso Sets Stage For Increased Exports Of Fruit
Sales of Washington apples to Mexican consumers are dramatically lower this year as a result of the economic nosedive the peso took last December, officials say. Total sales have been …
Sun., April 23, 1995
Pact Allows Cherries Into China Jubilant Growers See Inroad As ‘Enormous Chance’ For Growth
Washington sweet cherries could be on their way to China this summer. China and the U.S. Department of Agriculture reached the agreement last week when Chinese negotiators decided to drop …
Sat., April 1, 1995
Buckeye Begins Trade With Japan
Stuffing an ocean container with bunny-shaped pasta and beer-bread mixes, Buckeye Beans & Herbs on Friday launched its first serious shipment of specialty food to Japan. The 20-foot container left …
Thu., Jan. 5, 1995
Northwest Timber Sold To Libya?
An Austrian woman has been charged with breaking a trade embargo against Libya by selling the North African country more than $850,000 worth of lumber purchased from a Portland company. …