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A B A S I C G U I D E T O A B A S I C G U I D E T O E “Sourcing and selling goods around the  world has never been easier, and more and more  small U.S. businesses are competing and  winning in the global economy.  A Basic Guide to  Exporting is a great source for anyone preparing to do  business  or to increase their sales  overseas. We strongly recommend it to our  customers.” FREDERICK W. SMITH President, Chairman, and CEO FedEx Corporation “A Basic Guide to Exporting  is an invaluable resource for the beginner, the experienced person, and the student of international trade. The new version is even better and includes brief case histories that bring subjects to life.” ALAN WHITEBREAD Professor of International Business Texas Tech University “The inspiring case studies are invaluable tutorials. Use this exporting road map to develop your expanded 21st century growth strategy.” JIM BLASINGAME Award-winning host of  The Smal  Business Advocate  Show , speaker, syndicated columnist, and author of Three Minutes to Success We l c o m e t o EXPORTING 101 Looking for a comprehensive overview of  how to export? For more than 70 years,  A Basic Guide to Exporting has been the resource that businesses  have turned to for answers to their questions  about how to establish and grow overseas  markets for their products and services.  Whether your firm is new to exporting or in need  of a refresher on the latest ideas and  techniques, this comprehensive guide, now  completely revised and updated, provides the  nuts-and-bolts information you will need to meet  the challenges of the world economy by  examining • How to identify markets for your company’s  products (see Chapters 3 and 6) •  How to finance your export transactions (see Chapter 15) •  The best methods of handling orders and  shipments (see Chapters 12 and 13) •  Sources of free or low-cost export  counseling (see Chapter 4) You’ll also find numerous real-life examples that  illustrate the principles of exporting, samples of  forms needed to export, and—in a valuable  appendix—information on how to obtain  guidance and counseling offered by the federal  government through its domestic network of 110  Export Assistance Centers and through  commercial counselors located in U.S.  embassies abroad. Doug Barry
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This note was uploaded on 10/17/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Thompson during the Spring '11 term at Michigan State University.

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