Acting Under Secretary for Farm and Foreign Agricultural Services Michael Scuse (left) tours a Vinamilk factory in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and sees dairy products the company has imported from the United States. Vinamilk is Vietnam’s largest dairy processing company and its general manager, Nguyen Quoc Khanh (right) is a 1998 alum of the Foreign Agricultural Service’s Cochran Fellowship Program. Scuse was in Vietnam last week leading USDA’s first agricultural trade mission there. Photo by Le Sy Hoang Chuong
Last week, I was honored to lead USDA’s first-ever agricultural trade mission to Vietnam, which is quickly becoming one of the United State’s largest markets for agricultural exports.
While there, I met with government and agricultural officials, witnessed trade relationships developing between U.S. and Vietnamese companies, and visited some of Vietnam’s most successful agricultural production and development sites. Read more »