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Exporting : from start to finance / L.Fargo Wells, Karin B.Dulat.

By: Wells, L. FargoContributor(s): Dulat, Karin BMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: McGraw-Hill, 1995. Edition: 3rd edISBN: 0070693005DDC classification: 382.6
Contents:
Pt. 1. Organizing for Export -- Pt. 2. Export Marketing and Strategy -- Pt. 3. Trading Blocs and Investment Strategies -- Pt. 4. Export Operations -- Pt. 5. Staying Out of Trouble -- Pt. 6. Financing an Export Business -- Pt. 7. Government Programs for Export Assistance -- Appendix A. Export 1-800 and DOC Country Desk Numbers -- Appendix B. American Chambers of Commerce Abroad -- Appendix C. World Trade Centers at Home and Abroad -- Appendix D. Eximbank Offices -- Appendix E. Eximbank City/State Programs -- Appendix F. Umbrella Export Credit Insurance Policy Administrators -- Appendix G. International Arbitration Organizations -- Appendix H. Japanese Trading Companies and JETRO Offices -- Appendix I. Multilateral Development Banks -- Appendix J. Public and Private Export-Related Organizations -- Appendix K. Export Reference Books -- Appendix L. Export Periodicals, Magazines, and Publications -- Appendix M. Table of Measurement Conversion -- Appendix N. Acronyms of Export Transactions and Documents -- Appendix O. Acronyms of Export Organizations and Programs -- Appendix P. Sample Agreement between Manufacturer/Supplier and EMC/ETC -- Appendix Q. Sample Distribution Agreement -- Appendix R. Sample Design and Trademark Licensing Agreement.
Summary: Exporting from Start to Finance points the way to doors of opportunity opened by NAFTA and GATT. It prepares exporters to take advantage of political shifts in Eastern Europe and Russia, the opening up of China, changes in the European Union and the MERCOSUR trade bloc in Latin America, and many other global issues that have created exploitable opportunities. And it serves as a valuable reference to the completely restructured export support programs - covering both financing and marketing - that are available from the public and private sectors. Readers will find necessary information on the International Chamber of Commerce's completely revamped rules and practices on letters of credit and electronic data interchange (EDI) developments. The Harmonized Description and Coding System for exports and imports is thoroughly explained, with an explanation of its impact on market research and international trade statistics. Especially welcome is this book's extensive coverage of current sources of government help, including financing, from the Export-Import Bank to the International Trade Administration of the Department of Commerce to AID, SBA, OPIC, and other government agencies, all of which have undergone major changes.
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Pt. 1. Organizing for Export -- Pt. 2. Export Marketing and Strategy -- Pt. 3. Trading Blocs and Investment Strategies -- Pt. 4. Export Operations -- Pt. 5. Staying Out of Trouble -- Pt. 6. Financing an Export Business -- Pt. 7. Government Programs for Export Assistance -- Appendix A. Export 1-800 and DOC Country Desk Numbers -- Appendix B. American Chambers of Commerce Abroad -- Appendix C. World Trade Centers at Home and Abroad -- Appendix D. Eximbank Offices -- Appendix E. Eximbank City/State Programs -- Appendix F. Umbrella Export Credit Insurance Policy Administrators -- Appendix G. International Arbitration Organizations -- Appendix H. Japanese Trading Companies and JETRO Offices -- Appendix I. Multilateral Development Banks -- Appendix J. Public and Private Export-Related Organizations -- Appendix K. Export Reference Books -- Appendix L. Export Periodicals, Magazines, and Publications -- Appendix M. Table of Measurement Conversion -- Appendix N. Acronyms of Export Transactions and Documents -- Appendix O. Acronyms of Export Organizations and Programs -- Appendix P. Sample Agreement between Manufacturer/Supplier and EMC/ETC -- Appendix Q. Sample Distribution Agreement -- Appendix R. Sample Design and Trademark Licensing Agreement.

Exporting from Start to Finance points the way to doors of opportunity opened by NAFTA and GATT. It prepares exporters to take advantage of political shifts in Eastern Europe and Russia, the opening up of China, changes in the European Union and the MERCOSUR trade bloc in Latin America, and many other global issues that have created exploitable opportunities. And it serves as a valuable reference to the completely restructured export support programs - covering both financing and marketing - that are available from the public and private sectors. Readers will find necessary information on the International Chamber of Commerce's completely revamped rules and practices on letters of credit and electronic data interchange (EDI) developments. The Harmonized Description and Coding System for exports and imports is thoroughly explained, with an explanation of its impact on market research and international trade statistics. Especially welcome is this book's extensive coverage of current sources of government help, including financing, from the Export-Import Bank to the International Trade Administration of the Department of Commerce to AID, SBA, OPIC, and other government agencies, all of which have undergone major changes.

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