National Export Strategy Services Initiative unveiled at Services Export Conference

August 1995
Business America;Aug95, Vol. 116 Issue 8, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on Deputy Commerce Secretary David J. Barram's launching of the Services Initiative of the Clinton Administration's National Export Strategy on June 23, 1995. Services Initiative's enlistment of the resources of the federal government in an effort to help businesses compete in the international market; Plan to increase the country's exports. INSET: Services exports and the U.S. economy..


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