Caribbean Basin: Exporter Guide

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In 2018, the United States exported over $1 Billion in U.S. consumer-oriented products to the Caribbean Basin. With limited agricultural production, most Caribbean islands rely heavily on imported food products, particularly from the United States. The United States, with a 53 percent market share, is the main supplier of food products to the Caribbean. This report aims to provide U.S. suppliers general information on export opportunities in the Caribbean Basin. 

Caribbean Basin: Exporter Guide

 

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