Joint counseling is the hallmark of new U.S. export assistance centers

April 1994
Business America;Apr94, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on the United States Export Assistance Centers' (USEAC) effort to provide export assistance to the business community. Consolidation in one office of export promotion and trade finance services; Help for United States firms in competing in foreign markets and creating jobs at home; Baltimore USEAC as an example of the success of cooperation. INSET: U.S. Export Assistance Centers..


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