Removing obstacles to exporting

October 1994
Business America;Oct94, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p30
Trade Publication
Reviews the actions taken by the United States government to eliminate or reduce impediments to exporting. Liberalization of export controls; Promotion of US standards, certification and accreditation requirements; Efforts to combat bribery and corrupt business practices that distort free and fair international competition. INSET: Training program helps smaller firms with ISO 9000..


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