Venezuela: FAIRS Country Report Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   VE2024-0004
This report is an annual update of Venezuela’s agricultural product import standards and enforcement mechanisms for U.S. exporters of agricultural commodities, foods, and beverages. Despite political uncertainty, Venezuela remains a promising market for U.S. agricultural exports. In 2023, exports of U.S. agricultural products to Venezuela totaled $675 million, and the United States was the second largest supplier of agricultural and food products by volume with a 29 percent market share. U.S. sanctions exempt transactions related to the export of agricultural and food products and do not prevent export certificate issuance by the USDA.

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