Greek Olive Oil Producers Turn to China

Greek olive oil producers are looking to China to seize new business opportunities in the midst of a crisis.

Trade Dispute with China Could Impact Europe’s Olive Oil Exports

Spain fears being caught in the crossfire if a trade battle breaks out over new European tariffs on Chinese solar panels.
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Greek Leader Looks to China for Much-Needed Trade

Prime Minister Antonis Samaras visits China this week, with some encouraging signs for Greek olive oil.

Growing Thirst for Olive Oil in Japan and India

The pace with which olive oil demand is rising in Japan is outstripping even that of China, according to recent IOC figures.
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Could China Rival Spain as World Olive Oil Capital?

Cheap labor costs, good access to water and ambitious expansion plans could give rise to another olive oil global power.

Two Spanish Olive Oil Regions Get Protection in China

A China-EU deal will protect Spanish olive oils produced under the names Sierra Mágina and Priego de Córdoba from imitatations.
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U.S. Olive Oil Imports Continue Steady Climb

Olive oil and olive pomace oil imports into the United States grew 7 percent this year, according to the latest Olive Council figures.

Olive Council Seeks Bids for Promotional Work in Brazil, China

The IOC has called for tenders for the 2012/13 phases of its promotions in Brazil and China, both of which are to emphasize health benefits and quality.