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¥3 ',3 Industry Oitriis SURINAM of by L Henry Burke, Ui^J^^ Marketing Specialist MAY 2 2 1956 ^ U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRJCULTURE Foreign Agriculture Report No. 89 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Foreign Agricultural Service ForsalebytheSuperintendentofDocuments, U.S.GovernmentPrintingOffice Washington25,D.C. - Price15cents.
FOREWORD This study concerns a small but unique citrus industry that is one of the world's few sources of summer oranges and grape- fruit. The study was made in conjunction with another in the nearby British West Indies, where a problem arose in 1955 concerning the competition of British West Indies citrus with United States fruit in the United Kingdom market.
Citrus Industry Surinam of by J. Henry Burke, Marketing Specialist Foreign Agricultural Service Surinam, Netherlands Guiana, is on the northeast coast of South America, only 4 degrees above the equator. The Dutch colonized it in 1630, having received it from the British in settlement for New York.