• Deanna Clark-Esposito

Thinking About Exporting But Aren’t Sure Which Markets to Expand To?

Updated: Feb 28, 2018


Help is here! With the US Commercial Services’ (UCS) Country Commercial Guides, new and existing exporters can capitalize on the world’s consumers, 95% of which reside outside of the United States. New to the guides which were published in December 2016, as described by UCS, are


“More than 140 Country Commercial Guides, containing 70 sections of the latest intelligence on high-demand industry sectors, economic overviews, selling techniques, investment climate considerations, trade financing options, and business travel advice and resources. 16 NEW countries added to the CCG portfolio, including: Bahamas, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Fiji, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Namibia, Oman, Qatar, Suriname, and Sri Lanka; as well as the sub-Saharan Africa countries of Chad, Sao Tome and Principe, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. Nearly 10,000 articles covering foreign markets spanning the world.
Updates written by “boots-on-the-ground” U.S. Commercial Service trade professionals and U.S. State Department economic officers—all living and working in-country.
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