Heart of it all

Fisher, Lee
September 2008
Smart Business Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky;Sep2008, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p8
The article reports on the success of the export trade of Ohio in 2008. It notes that Ohio is the only U.S. state that has increased in export rate from 1997, and this is the basis of which the state is considered as an exporting leader. In connection the industry has also launched three new trade offices in Sydney, New South Wales, Beijing, China and New Delhi, India.


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