Dun & Bradstreet Exporters' Encyclopaedia
Dun and Bradstreet International., 1986 - Export marketing
Material is arranged geographically. For each country there is a country profile followed by information on marketing data, communications, transportation, business travel, key contacts, and a summary trade regulations and documentation required. Also included are brief sections on U.S. ports, U.S. foreign trade zones, World Trade Center Association members, U.S. government agencies providing assistance to exporters, foreign trade organizations, foreign communications, and general exports and shipping information and practice.
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