International Trade Commission Holds Hearings on SME Exports
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International Trade Commission (ITC) Hearing
February 9 - Washington, DC
March 10 - St. Louis, MO
March 12 – Portland, OR
Do You Export? Talk to the ITC About Your Export Issues.
The International Trade Commission (ITC) is currently conducting a three part study about small and medium sized companies and exports. Specifically, they are on the second phase and examining exports between U.S. and the E.U. The third part will look at the differences between SMEs and large service exporters, trade barriers that disproportionately affect SME performance, and how, for example, SMEs contribute to “indirect exports” through sales to larger exporting firms.
There will be a hearing held in Washington, DC February 9, as well as St. Louis, MO March 10, and Portland, OR March 12.
The deadline to submit written material is March 26. If you are interested in appearing at a hearing or making a written submission, please contact Justine Freisleben.
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