By Hope Belli Tinney, Washington SBDC MOSES LAKE, Wash. – Business owners from Grant County are headed to South Korea April 26 for an eight-day trade mission to explore export opportunities for Eastern Washington products ranging from flour to exercise equipment.
Sohail Yousaf, CEO of MDS Foods, visits Food Services of America in Spokane during the training. PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University recently conducted training for food industry executives from Pakistan to share best practices, state-of-the-art research and practical innovations as well as to encourage imports of U.S. agricultural and food products. It was the […]
PULLMAN – Fruit consumers and growers will be delighted if Shaojin Wang, a WSU assistant research professor of biological systems engineering, can achieve his research goal. Wang is pursuing a method that could replace the chemical fumigation of apples and cherries grown in Washington with simple low-pressure treatments. Low-pressure storage technology changes the normal composition of air, creating an environment inhospitable […]
Frank Asche, a full professor at one of the newest universities in Norway, University of Stavanger, will be presenting a seminar on trade restrictions at 3:30 p.m. on April 22 in Lighty 405. He is an applied econometrician/ marketing type, who specializes in fisheries and, more specifically, aquaculture. Much of his research involves trade, since […]
SPOKANE–Trade opportunities with China are the focus of a daylong conference in Spokane Sept. 13. Sponsored by the Washington State University Asia Program, the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations, the Spokane International Trade Alliance (SITA) and the Spokane World Affairs Council (SWAC), the day will feature both private and public venues.“The executive roundtable and the […]