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European Communities imports of horticultural products, 1992

, : European Communities imports of horticultural products, 1992. Horticultural Products Review ( FHORT 8-93): 9-18

The EC has a much more restrictive trading regime than does the USA. Relatively high tariffs, import licensing restrictions, countervailing charges, minimum import price regulations, and variable duties are in place for many imported horticultural products. As a result, EC member states sourced less than one-third of their horticultural imports from outside the Community in 1992. Horticultural imports from the USA amounted to $1430 million, 16% above 1991, and 9.4% of the Community's imports.

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