The 2000 Import and Export Market for Cut Flowers and Foliage in Germany (World Trade Report)
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The 2000 Import and Export Market for Cut Flowers and Foliage in Germany (World Trade Report) by The Cut Flowers and Foliage Research Gro

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Published by Icon Group International .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • General,
  • Business / Economics / Finance

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The Physical Object
FormatRing-bound
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10875981M
ISBN 100597545073
ISBN 109780597545078

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Import and Export Market for Cut Flowers and Foliage in Ivory Coast by The Cut Flowers and Foliage Research Gro, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Germany is the largest market for cut roses in Europe. Imports of roses to Germany increased from € million to € million between and The main import partner is the Netherlands, which supplies about 84% of the total rose imports, most of which are re-exported from developing countries. InfodriveIndia provides latest Foliage Flowers export import data and directory of Foliage Flowers exporters, Foliage Flowers importers, Foliage Flowers buyers, Foliage Flowers suppliers, manufacturers compiled from actual shipment data from Indian Customs and US Customs. Along with the India Export Import data, InfodriveIndia also provides Foliage Flowers USA Import Data which is . 2. What makes Europe an interesting market for cut roses? As you can read in the CBI Trade Statistics for cut flowers document, the European market for cut flowers was estimated at around €20 to €25 billion in (calculations by Wageningen Economic Research, based on data from Rabobank and Eurostat population statistics). Roses are the number one cut flower on the European market.

Imports and exports of floriculture products from all round the world are incr Source: CBI Market Survey, The Cut Flowers and Foliage Market in the EU. cially grown in Germany, Japan. Exports have almost doubled to about €3 million. The export value for cut flowers has also grown (plus 8%). Russia, together with Slovakia, is crucial again here. Exports to Russia during the reference period increased by 75% (plus € million). At the same time, Polish exports to Germany were scaled back in value (minus € million.). Besides, according to Dhaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry the country's local market for flowers and cut foliage has reached $ 1 million per annum and growing at 10 per cent per annum. Germany is a leading EU importer of foliage. German consumers like to make their flower arrangements and decorative objects a little greener by adding foliage. Most of the imports from developing countries are dyed and dried foliage instead of fresh foliage and Germany is the leading EU importer of both dyed and dried foliage.

Among the growing markets (cut flowers, cut foliage, live plants and cuttings) Germany with a share of US$ 2, million was the world's biggest market, followed by USA with a share of US$ million. emerged as the fastest growing export market during the period indexing a growth of %. Consumption in these three countries are.   Netherlands Foliage Imports from the World (HS ), , Million USD Source: Global Trade Atlas® The Netherlands is the largest importer of cut foliage in Europe and imported $ million in , a decrease of 11 percent. The decrease in foliage trade is due to the decline in demand for cut flower bouquets. Germany imports most of their cut flower requirements (up to 70%) with The Netherlands being the largest exporter to Germany. Japan and the United States have the largest cut flower market almost doubling that of Germany. During the later part of the 20th century, cut flower production developed rapidly. Colombia, Israel and to a lesser degree. The two market surveys of the Centre for the Promotion of Imports from Developing Countries’ – one on cut flowers and foliage (a) and the other on plants and young plant material (b) – provide the most comprehensive information of the international floriculture.