Traditional export markets

October 1994
Business America;Oct94, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p73
Trade Publication
Identifies several programs of the United States government designed to support US commercial markets in the large industrial markets of Japan, Western Europe and Canada. Advocacy; Financing. INSET: U.S. government support helps American firms enter....


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