Export promotion

Monday, March 05, 2007

One of the major impacts of global competition comes in the emergence of new export markets.

Generally, the Europeans and Canadians are more successful at focusing on exports as an economic development strategy.

It stands to reason. With smaller home markets, Europeans and Canadianns are more tightly connected to external markets. In the coming years, one of the big opportunities at state level economic development will be the implementation of comprehensive export promotion programs. These initiatives help smaller companies design and implement foreign market entry strategies.

Here's an article from Maryland that reports on the latest state exports. Read more.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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