The U.S. Department of Commerce and small business make strong partners for export success

July 1995
Business America;Jul95, Vol. 116 Issue 7, p15
Trade Publication
Cites examples of how the Commerce Department has helped America's small- and mid-sized companies compete abroad. Experience of the Alaska Russia Co.; Allen Filters; Alliance for Health Care Development; American Russia Technology Association; Artais Weather-Check; California Energy Co., Inc.; CMS Energy Corp.; Cubic Automatic Revenue Collection Group; Empire State Ltd.


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