Establishing a unified federal budget for trade promotion

October 1994
Business America;Oct94, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p105
Trade Publication
Presents a unified federal budget for trade promotion in the United States. Comparison of trade promotion spending across agencies, promotion activities, geographic regions, industrial sectors and firm sizes; Areas of overlap and shortfalls across federal trade promotion spending; Efforts to provide effective trade promotion services to US exporters. INSET: Funding targeted at general market development..


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