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Tpa Resources

By: Hector V. Barreto

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Excerpt: Trade Promotion Authority centralized web site. This site includes up to date information on TPA, testimony, speeches, success stories, state-by-state reports on the impact of TPA on trade and frequently asked questions and answers.

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Tpa Resources

By: Hector V. Barreto

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Excerpt: Trade Promotion Authority centralized web site. This site includes up to date information on TPA, testimony, speeches, success stories, state-by-state reports on the impact of TPA on trade and frequently asked questions and answers.

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Uncle Sam Lends a Financial Hand

By: Richard Barovick

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Excerpt: The Advocacy Center is key The Advocacy Center was placed within the Commercial Service, the U.S. and overseas office network at the International Trade Administration, Commerce's export arm. That provides the resources to work closely with exporters both on their home ground as well as internationally (where the project tenders are being developed).

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Helping the Tourism Industry Recover

By: Doug Baker

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Excerpt: The devastation and trauma of September 11 rocked many U.S. industries, perhaps none more than travel and tourism. While the data shows that international tourism to the United States had already been slowing, the attacks gave further reason for international visitors to stay home. The Bush administration and industry increased their efforts to allay the fears of travelers. The Department of Commerce?s latest international travel forecast indicates that these ef...

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Helping the Tourism Industry Recover

By: Doug Baker

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Excerpt: The devastation and trauma of September 11 rocked many U.S. industries, perhaps none more than travel and tourism. While the data shows that international tourism to the United States had already been slowing, the attacks gave further reason for international visitors to stay home. The Bush administration and industry increased their efforts to allay the fears of travelers. The Department of Commerce?s latest international travel forecast indicates that these ef...

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Diagnostics

By: Emily Arakaki

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Excerpt: This rapidly growing industry includes in vitro diagnostic (IVD) tests that examine bodily fluid or tissue samples to detect, diagnose, and manage medical conditions; and in vivo diagnostic substances that are taken internally to enhance the images of targeted organs or functions during a diagnostic imaging procedure. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved hundreds of biotech derived tests, including tests that keep the blood supply safe from the AID...

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Biotechnology

By: Emily Arakaki

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Excerpt: Application of biotechnologies has resulted in new medicines, safer vaccines, increased agricultural yields, and cleaner industrial processes. In the last 30 years, U.S. biotechnology enterprise has grown to encompass more than 1,300 companies that employ over 174,000 people. According to the Biotechnology Industry Organization, more than 250 million people worldwide have been helped by 133 biotechnology drugs and vaccines, tissue engineered products, and hundre...

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Diagnostics

By: Emily Arakaki

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Excerpt: This rapidly growing industry includes in vitro diagnostic (IVD) tests that examine bodily fluid or tissue samples to detect, diagnose, and manage medical conditions; and in vivo diagnostic substances that are taken internally to enhance the images of targeted organs or functions during a diagnostic imaging procedure. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved hundreds of biotech derived tests, including tests that keep the blood supply safe from the AID...

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Biotechnology

By: Emily Arakaki

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Excerpt: Application of biotechnologies has resulted in new medicines, safer vaccines, increased agricultural yields, and cleaner industrial processes. In the last 30 years, U.S. biotechnology enterprise has grown to encompass more than 1,300 companies that employ over 174,000 people. According to the Biotechnology Industry Organization, more than 250 million people worldwide have been helped by 133 biotechnology drugs and vaccines, tissue engineered products, and hundre...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

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Excerpt: No matter how far the IT industry continues to contract there still remains worldwide optimism towards the china It market Why! It's a timeless reason - population. According to the CIA World Factbook, the population of China is 1.28 billion - almost a quarter of the entire human population. Could that with China's accessions, to the WTO, rapidly developing consumer market and an easing of government restrictions. And you have an enormous untapped market potenti...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

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Excerpt: Clear global strategy. This topic resonates across most aspects of building a successful high-technology company. International trade is no different. As we looked at many companies traversing a wide range of industries, the constant pillar of success in foreign markets was a clearly defined global strategy. Contained within this wide-ranging subject are a few high points that make mastery possible. A country or regional strategy that is successful typically has...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

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Excerpt: The ?Big Three?: Germany, France and the United Kingdom are considered the three economic titans of the EU. Naturally, most American high technology companies set their path into the EU with one or more of these markets situated at the top of the list. With a gross domestic product of $1.8 trillion in 2001, a well-educated work force and a productive economy, Germany has one of the world?s highest levels of technological development. It is no surprise, then, tha...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

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Excerpt: One of the most widespread missteps that companies make when developing overseas channels is using an exact replica of their U.S. channel strategy. It happens all the time, why? -- ?It?s comfortable.? -- ?It works here, it must work everywhere.? -- ?Management won?t buy off on a different strategy.? -- ?It?s the way we sell.? These are some of the typical responses I hear when companies talk about exporting their products or services. The key factor in developin...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: No matter how far the IT industry continues to contract there still remains worldwide optimism towards the china It market Why! It's a timeless reason - population. According to the CIA World Factbook, the population of China is 1.28 billion - almost a quarter of the entire human population. Could that with China's accessions, to the WTO, rapidly developing consumer market and an easing of government restrictions. And you have an enormous untapped market potenti...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: Clear global strategy. This topic resonates across most aspects of building a successful high-technology company. International trade is no different. As we looked at many companies traversing a wide range of industries, the constant pillar of success in foreign markets was a clearly defined global strategy. Contained within this wide-ranging subject are a few high points that make mastery possible. A country or regional strategy that is successful typically has...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: The ?Big Three?: Germany, France and the United Kingdom are considered the three economic titans of the EU. Naturally, most American high technology companies set their path into the EU with one or more of these markets situated at the top of the list. With a gross domestic product of $1.8 trillion in 2001, a well-educated work force and a productive economy, Germany has one of the world?s highest levels of technological development. It is no surprise, then, tha...

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The Cursor

By: Brad Anderson

Export and Trade Government Reference Document:

Excerpt: One of the most widespread missteps that companies make when developing overseas channels is using an exact replica of their U.S. channel strategy. It happens all the time, why? -- ?It?s comfortable.? -- ?It works here, it must work everywhere.? -- ?Management won?t buy off on a different strategy.? -- ?It?s the way we sell.? These are some of the typical responses I hear when companies talk about exporting their products or services. The key factor in developin...

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Upcoming Trade Events

By: Jennifer Andberg

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Excerpt: Highlighted Events. Secretary of Commerce Donald L. Evans will lead a senior-level business development mission to Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico on June 17-20, 2002. The focus of the mission will be to help U.S. companies explore business opportunities in Mexico. The delegation will include approximately 15 U.S.-based senior executives of small, medium and large U.S. firms representing, but not limited to, technology, equipment, and services in the following...

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Upcoming Trade Events

By: Jennifer Andberg

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Excerpt: Highlighted Events. Secretary of Commerce Donald L. Evans will lead a senior-level business development mission to Mexico City and Monterrey, Mexico on June 17-20, 2002. The focus of the mission will be to help U.S. companies explore business opportunities in Mexico. The delegation will include approximately 15 U.S.-based senior executives of small, medium and large U.S. firms representing, but not limited to, technology, equipment, and services in the following...

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Trade Bank of Iraq Factsheet

By: Hussein Al-Uzri

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Excerpt: Services Provided. TBI Import letters of credit will provide assurance that Iraqi Ministries and State Owned Enterprises pay for their purchases on either sight or time basis. TBI also provides a capability for private sector import and export business. TBI can advise Export letters of credits to Iraqi beneficiaries to facilitate the revival of the export sector. ECA financing supplements letter of credit issuance available to TBI from our Operating Consortium. ...

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