Pointed out 10countermeasures and pieces of advice for green food development :promoting earning foreign exchange through export of agricultural products,agricultural production and sustained development of country economy.
In modern history, bean products were main export agricultural products in Northeast China．The export of agricultural products developed gradually after the government degree of Bean Products' Embargo was canceled．At that time, the output of soybean in the Northeast China, 90% of which was exported, covered 60-70% of the total soybeans of the world．So, the soybean and bean products of China enjoined high reputation and became the international commodities.
In the future, Guizhou should support export of agricultural products to achieve economies of scale, further improve export commodity structure to foster the competitiveness of electromechanical products and new and high technology products, and deepen and refine the processing of resource products, so as to lay a solid foundation for the sustainable development of Guizhou's foreign trade.
Along with economic globalization and agricultural internationalization, especially after China's WTO entry, the connection between domestic and international agricultural product markets is closer, and China's agricultural production is confronted with the pressure of resource and market restrictions at home and abroad, and Fujian agricultural product export is now in a more and more difficult situation.
This dissertation first analyses Sino-EU(15) agricultural trade pattern over 1995-2004, especially China's agricultural export structure from the aspect of total agricultural trade structure, product-specific structure and market-specific structure.
This article analyzes developing causes of the Brazilian soybean industry, which adopts good breeds and advanced planting technology continuously and becomes the first source of foreign exchange among agricultural export products, owing to government's great input in science and technology and their policy supports.
Potential Cuban agricultural export profile under open trade between the U.
Liberalisation of New Zealand's economy has radically changed the determinants of agricultural export success, largely due to the elimination of subsidies to domestic producers, and of tariffs on imports.
The resulting implementation gap has put at risk the 'clean and green' image that is an important component of New Zealand's agricultural export success.
Agricultural export subsidies were reduced by 36 percent for the industrialized countries and by 24 percent for the developing countries.
Agricultural export market opportunities are likely to be focussed on cattle feedlotting, high protein wheat, malting barley and high quality wool.