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Argentina5,01710. India1,72318. S. Africa8553. China4,82511. Korea1,71819. Peru5714. Thailand4,30112. Mexico1,66720. Costa Rica5315. Malaysia2,46313. Hungary1,60021. Senegal5256. Taiwan (China)2,451b14. Poland1,33822. Colombia5057. Turkey1,99715. Philippines1,29423. Honduras5048. Chile1,91916. Morocco1,07524. b Data for 1989Sources: FAO Trade Yearbook (1990), FAO Fisheries Commodities Statistics (1990), UNCTAD Handbook of International Trade and Development Statistics (1990); Mao (1991) 5 The 33 largest exporters each had HVF exports exceeding $200 million.

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9 The final reports from this EMTAG/AGR study are expected in early 1993. 10 Inadequate information for an analysis of commodity system development, organization and performance was available for the tree nut industry in Turkey, for potatoes in Cyprus, and for canned fruit in South Africa. 5 billion. 12 For several countries only one commodity system was examined; for others, two or three different commodity systems were analyzed. A total of fifteen cases were examined, covering a range of horticultural, meat, fisheries, and oilseed products.

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