US export spike narrows October trade gap, brighten growth CNBC.com The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in October as exports hit a record high, pointing to a pick-up in global demand that should help to support domestic growth in the fourth quarter.
Just because you are a “small business” doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be thinking big. Your plans for expanding your enterprise may include opening a second location a few miles down the road or increasing your product line, but you should also consider how you can take advantage of the global marketplace.
"International Opportunities and Resources for San Diego Manufacturers", offered information on various resources available to local manufacturers and opportunities for exporting their products and services. Read the article of the event and see the seminar presentations on the San Diego CITD website.
CITD clients and partners can attend the event at a discounted price of $155 (regular price is $195). This price includes access to a full day of seminars and discussions, as well as an evening networking reception. A flyer and full agenda for the event can be found here, and you can register at the discounted price by going to https://www.regonline.com/hottopics2013.
If you are a small or midsize manufacturer interested in exploring new markets, are new to international trade, want to learn more about permitting requirements, or are interested in manufacturing services and programs, this seminar is for you.
China, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Mexico, Pakistan, Honduras, and Cambodia make up 75 to 80 percent of imports to the United States. Despite the negative press about recent trends, U.S. imports of apparel and textiles have....
Fresno Bee California trade report affected by government shutdown L.A. Biz Beacon Economics, a Southern California research firm, normally takes the temperature of the state's export market round this time every month in the California Trade Report.