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NSBA Seeks Profiles of Small Exporters

NSBA Seeks Profiles of Small Exporters

SBEA and NSBA are seeking input from small- and mid-sized exporters on how exporting has helped your business, what hurdles you’ve overcome and why you think trade is important for U.S. businesses and competitiveness.

Exporting Call with USTR Michael Froman

On May 13 at 1:30 p.m. EDT, SBEA and NSBA will host a call for members and invited guests to hear from U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman on the administration’s efforts to bolster exporting, and engage in an interactive Q&A

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USITC Report on How T-TIP Will Benefit Small Firms

The U.S. International Trade Commission recently released a new report on the various trade barriers facing small firms specifically engaged in trade with the European Union, and includes suggestions for increasing exports to the EU by U.S. small firms.

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2014 Trade Agenda & 2013 Annual Report Released

Last week, the Obama administration released to Congress its 2014 Trade Policy Agenda and 2013 Annual Report which describes steps the administration intends to take to continue pushing for enhanced U.S. exports.

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Executive Order to Streamline Small Biz Exporting

Last week, President Barack Obama signed an Executive Order aimed at streamlining exporting and importing processes for small business through the creation of an online portal.

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State of the Union: What it Means for Small Biz

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union Address which held good and bad implications for America’s small businesses, but was light on details and specifics.

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House Hearing on Small Biz Trade Agenda

On Tuesday, the Small Business Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade, led by presiding Chairman Richard Hanna (R-N.Y.) held a hearing on small business trade and how international agreements impact small firms.

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Small Business Reaction to State of the Union Address

Tonight’s State of the Union Address from President Barack Obama held good and bad implications for America’s small businesses.

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Bipartisan, Bicameral Trade Promotion Authority Bill Introduced

On Jan. 9, bipartisan leaders from both the House and Senate jointly introduced Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation that will put in place the necessary mechanisms and special procedures for the negotiation, consideration, and implementation of future trade agreements.

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New WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement

Over the weekend, the World Trade Organization approved an agreement on customs issues that could boost global economic output and aims to enhance transparency and streamline customs procedures among member countries.

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