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  • Prosper Africa

    "Prosper Africa will enable the U.S. Government and the governments of our African trading partners to identify, build, and strengthen our bilateral trade and investment partnerships."

    -Undersecretary of Commerce for
    International Trade
    Gilbert Kaplan

    Gil Kaplan speaking on a panel
  • 2019 SelectUSA Investment Summit Recap

    The 2019 SelectUSA Investment Summit is over, but its impact is just beginning. Last month, thousands of people from all over the world converged in Washington, D.C. to turn business potential into business opportunity.

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  • New Mexico Exporter Brings Clean Water to World Markets

    RODIís first foray into exporting began in the late 1990s. In more recent years, the firm has stepped up its export expansion, increasing its global presence in the developing world by leveraging U.S. Commercial Service export advice, trade show support, and market intelligence.

    A continaer ship's bow from above
  • Helping Win the Fight Against Trade Barriers

    One of ITA's strategic objectives is to enforce the nationís trade laws and ensure compliance with our trade agreements. This allows U.S. businesses to compete both domestically and internationally on a level playing field. This work is not only helping U.S. businesses to continue to export billions of dollars in goods and services worldwide, but also providing support for the U.S. economy and helping advance American job growth.

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  • USMCA and its Key Benefits

    The USMCA resulted in some significant updates to the existing NAFTA, improving market access for manufacturing and agricultural exports, as well as the inclusion of important new provisions in areas like digital trade and good regulatory practices.

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