Helping small-and medium-sized businesses

October 1994
Business America;Oct94, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p40
Trade Publication
Identifies the programs launched by the United States government to provide export assistance to smaller firms. Trade finance for small exporters; Establishment of Export Assistance Centers; Global export assistance network for US firms. INSETS: Small business deems government help critical to success.;Export assistance centers help small exporters grow.;Foreign agriculture service helps more exporters.;Minority export program yields results.


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