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Guidelines for Exporters of Fruit & Vegetables to the European Markets

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This book is for everyone with an interest in supplying fresh produce to Europe from Commonwealth countries. It provides an introduction to the trade with coverage of the EU and its constituent markets, products with potential, the practicalities of an export enterprise, relevant regulations and useful names and addresses. It provides all this key information in a straightforward way that does not require professional training in horticulture.

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Market overview

From a proposal in 1950 to pool coal and steel production in France and Germany, the European Union has grown to integrate the economies of 15 European nations. The processes of uniting these diverse nations continues, particularly in the areas of policy and justice, but economic and monetary union is now a reality and the single market came into being in 1993.

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