A Basic Guide to Exporting
World Trade Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 214 pages
A Basic Guide to Exporting is the greatly respected and largest selling introductory text to exporting from the USA. It is designed to help firms learn the costs and risks associated with exporting, and develop a strategy for success. The 3rd Edition includes significant new information on export regulations, customs benefits, and tax incentives. In addition, hundreds of new sources of assistance are listed with updated addresses and telephone numbers.
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