Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization
One of the father's of free trade was Frederic Bastiat. Bob McTeer joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the 21st century relevance of the 19th century free trade writings of French economist, Frederic Bastiat.
Ex-Im Bank president, Fred Hochberg, joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the financial support his organization provides small businesses entering the export market, including capital insurance and guaranteed loans for both products and services as low as $5,000.
Ex-Im Bank president, Fred Hochberg, joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the launch of the Global Access for Small Business initiative, which provides financial support for small firms that serve larger customers who are exporters.
What are some of the global market influences to watch? Gerald Celente joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why small business should care about what's happening in the world economy, especially in Europe and the Euro.
Political games and misdirected policies can hurt America's ability to compete. Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the growing global entrepreneurial environment and how parochial politics prevents America from competing effectively in the global marketplace.
U.S. embassies are prospecting for U.S. small businesses? Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how American embassies all over the world recruit buyers to go to the U.S. trade shows to meet U.S. sellers, including small businesses.
How could attending a trade show help you create an export strategy? Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to report on a number of international trade shows in the U.S. that focus on business matchmaking between international buyers and sellers.
Do you think exporting is just for big businesses? Doug Barry joins Jim Blasingame to dispel some of the myths about small business exporting, and how to get your export strategy started.
Will the EU teach America about national austerity?Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the strong measures Europe is taking to cut spending, what we can learn, how this affects exports, plus the global economic forecast.
Are China and the U.S. joined at the hip economically? Bill Brandt joins Jim Blasingame to say the Chinese are the world's manufacturers, the U.S. the world's buyers, which joins the two at the hip, plus the two debate taxes and spending.
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