The world economy has entered a new phase since the ups and downs of the global financial crisis of 2009. The U.S. economy is growing, and so is the world’s. In the not-so-distant past, good times at home often meant that many U.S. businesses would lose interest in the global marketplace. Looking forward, we increasingly see businesses and communities that are committed to maintaining or intensifying their focus on exporting. The global marketplace continues to grow at a higher rate than the U.S. economy. This is not surprising, perhaps, when you consider that in most emerging and developing countries, economic reforms and development and burgeoning middle classes are driving consistent market growth of about 5 percent a year. Growth abroad has translated into high, sustained demand for U.S. goods and services respected for their innovation, quality, and service.
Read the recent release of the TradeSource Publication HERE.
Topics Covered in this publication:
- Cross-Cutting: Support the Creation of Improved Data Resources
- Announcing New Enhancements for USA Trade Online
- NEI/NEXT: Helping More American Companies Reach More Markets
- Automated Export System Seminar and Workshops