Market Information

Market Information

Browse this database of resources on national and regional markets as you prepare to launch international operations. Use the search on the right to identify specific information. For more general guides and reports, visit the library

For information on import conditions for non-EU markets, take a look at the Market Access Database (MADB), which offers details of tariffs, procedures and formalities, statistics on trade flows, trade barriers, sanitary and phytosanitary issues, rules of origin and services for SMEs.

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June 1 2017 Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru

The agri-food sector, covering the production, processing, packing and distribution of food and drink products, has been experiencing strong growth in Latin America with a positive impact on its competitiveness for more than a decade.

April 17 2017 China

China’s imports of seafood from EU grew from EUR 225.2 million in 2010 to EUR 385.3 million in 2015, led by rapid urbanisation, increasing incomes and more diversified retailed channels available in the country.

April 10 2017 Canada Spirits, liqueurs and vermouth, Vegetables (fresh, chilled and dried), Wine, cider and vinegar, Chocolate and derived products, Cotton, Cereals, Bread, pastry, cakes, confectionery, biscuits and other baker's wares, Cut flowers and plants, bulbs, roots and live plants, Dairy products (excl. Cheese), Honey and beekeeping products, Olive oil, Fruit (fresh or dried), Beer

This Handbook is intended to act as a reference for those agro-food producers planning for, or in the process of entering the Canadian market.

January 11 2017 China

As China’s urbanisation expands and the middle class continues to grow, consumers’ demand for high-quality dairy products is predicted to further increase in the next ten years.

December 15 2000 Benin, Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo

Economic partnership agreement between the west African states, the economic community of west African states (ECOWAS) and the west African economic and monetary union (UEMOA), of the one part, and the European union and its member states, of the other part