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Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization

Doug Barry
Having just returned from CeBIT, in Germany, the world's largest consumer electronics trade show, Doug talks about how this event can be the gateway to the world for U.S. small businesses that want to export. They also talk about how other industries offer similar trade shows that aggregate prospects from around the world, and how the Department of Commerce can help. Doug also talks about an upcoming Webinar on doing business in the Pacific Rim.
Over 80% of U.S. exporters have fewer than 10 employees, and Jim M talks with Jim B about some of the current and perennial issues facing these companies, including finance, resources and trade agreements.
Doug Barry
Doug joins Jim to talk about how much easier it is for small businesses to export than it ever has been.
Jim M talks with Jim B about some of the recent progress being made in Congress to help small business exporters, including giving Ex Im Bank more direction to help small businesses. Jim M also talks about some real small business exporters, what they do and how they do it.
Doug Barry
Doug joins Jim to talk about why you should play attention to the cultural and societal things that are important to the people you do business with when you export to other countries. <br></["br"]>
Doug Barry
Doug and Jim talk about the many opportunities America's small businesses have to export to other countries, and all of the help available to small businesses from the Commerce Department to find foreign customers and do business with them.
Bob joins Jim from Singapore to talk about setting up shop in China as a small business, which he did to manufacture and distribute Chinese health products. Don't miss this very interesting interview.
Ted Fishman
Ted and Jim talk about China's impact on the global and American economies. Ted explains the changes he noticed in China resulting from the building and economic boom the last time he visited.
The Jims get together to talk about what the recent passage of the Central American Free Trad Agreement will mean for small businesses. They go on to discuss other exporting ideas for small busienss.
Doug Barry
Doug joins Jim to continue their series on small buisness export opportunities. Today, Doug talks about a 7 employee company that more than doubled their annual sales by expanding distribution to other countries. Tune in to find out how you can do this.

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