GLOBAL OPPORTUNITY

In recent months, it seems, American optimism about international opportunities in food distribution has faded a bit. And no wonder. The world's economies have produced more than a little bad news lately: news such as the economic stumbling of Mexico; divisions in Canada; the intractable war in Bosnia; the slow development of a middle class in Eastern Europe; the ongoing cultural differences and consumer

In recent months, it seems, American optimism about international opportunities in food distribution has faded a bit. And no wonder. The world's economies have produced more than a little bad news lately: news such as the economic stumbling of Mexico; divisions in Canada; the intractable war in Bosnia; the slow development of a middle class in Eastern Europe; the ongoing cultural differences and consumer perceptions between East and West, and so on. But now is no time to be discouraged about

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