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  • Trade in Value Added

    Analysis of newly released “value-added” data from the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development shows that the share of U.S.-produced content in manufactured imports from Mexico and Canada has eroded significantly since the mid-1990s.

    U.S. produced vlaue in U.S. imports from NAFTA
  • NASBITE Credential Program Helps Advance U.S. Exports

    Helping U.S. businesses, especially small- and medium-sized enterprises , enter and compete in global markets is a core mission of the International Trade Administration, the federal government’s lead export promotion agency. As part of that ongoing effort, ITA and the University of Missouri International Trade Center recently partnered to present a three-day interactive training workshop designed for those seeking to earn the Certified Global Business Professional credential.

    NABSITE CGBP participants at a training workshop
  • New Top Markets
    Reports Available

    Check out ITA's new Top Markets reports for sector-specific intel to help exporters determine their next export market.

    Top Markets
  • ITA Releases Global Steel Monitor Reports

    ITA has launched a new series of reports on steel trade flows involving top steel-trading countries. Check out our new Global Steel Monitor reports

    Steel Monitor
  • Success Story

    With domestic growth of over 400 percent in the last three years, Cincinnati Crane & Hoist was interested in exploring international opportunities, starting with the Dominican Republic. They looked to the U.S. Commercial Service for help.

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