International Trade Promotion

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    Programs that promote world trade and strengthen international trade and investment. Services may include analyses of the competitiveness of specific industries, development of trade policies, negotiating market access and promoting exports through trade missions, shows and fairs in major markets overseas.

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    United States Department of CommercePromoting and assisting international trade; strengthening the international economic position of the United States; promoting progressive domestic business policies and growth; improving comprehension and uses of the physical environment and its oceanic life; ensuring effective use and growth of the Nation's scientific and technical resources; acquiring, analyzing, and disseminating information regarding the Nation and the economy to help achieve increased social and economic benefit; and assisting states, communities, and individuals with economic progress. United States Department of CommerceUnited States Department of Commerce

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