Why are fruits sold in the United States from other countries?

Answer The United States does not produce enough fruit to sustain its population. It must trade with other countries to get fruit (mostly China and Mexico). Another reason is that it is usually cheaper to... Read More »

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Why Isn't the Alfa Romeo Sold in the United States?

The Alfa Romeo has not been sold in the U.S. since the 1990s. Its parent company, Fiat, troubled by mismanagement and poor product performance, left the American market after its sales declined, ac... Read More »

How many homes are sold annually in the United States?

Home sales in the United States tend to fluctuate from year to year, largely influenced by the greater economy. In 2005, U.S. home sales peaked, with 1,283,000 single-family homes sold. By 2009, t... Read More »

Are conflict diamonds sold in the United States?

It is illegal to sell conflict diamonds, also known as "blood diamonds," in the United States. The country participates in the "Kimberly Process," an international procedure that requires nations t... Read More »

How much popcorn is sold annually in the United States?

In 2008, 966,515,120 units of unpopped popcorn were sold in the United States, according to statistics compiled by The Popcorn Board, a nonprofit organization that promotes popcorn awareness. The m... Read More »