Europe access: The new Benelux regional program

June 1995
Business America;Jun95, Vol. 116 Issue 6, p20
Trade Publication
Reports on the development by American embassies in Benelux countries of the `Euro Access' program to help American companies sell in these countries. Customized market research package; Single company promotion; Advertising via regional newsletter. INSET: Why the Benelux? (advantages of exporting to Benelux)..


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