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Electronic Export Information (EEI)

fashion directory  Export.gov: helping U.S. Companies export.  95% of the world's consumers live in other countries and the benefits of exporting are enormous. Learn how to export in their Export Basics section or register to access market research and trade leads. Trade Specialists are also available in your area to help plan your international business. Call 1-800- USA-TRAD(E) to find a trade specialist and get answers to your export questions.

fashion directory  Foreign Trade Regulations

fashion directory  THE FEDERATION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE ASSOCIATIONS (FITA):  Their site includes a search engine of links to over 4000 international trade sites, a database of member associations throughout North America, a schedule of worldwide trade fairs, a calendar of international trade events throughout the US, the only directory of US based export management companies, articles about international trade and RealAudio interviews with international trade experts.  Address: 11800 Sunrise Valley Drive Phone: (703)620-1588 (800)969-FITA (3482) Reston, VA 20191 USA Fax: (703)620-4922 E-Mail: [email protected]

fashion directory  The Trade Compliance Center, the TCC, in the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration, is the U.S. Government's focal point for monitoring foreign compliance with trade agreements to see that U.S. firms and workers get the maximum benefits from these agreements. The TCC is your one-stop shop for getting U.S. government assistance in resolving the trade barriers or unfair situations you encounter in foreign markets.

fashion directoryU.S Customs and Border Protection

If you are in the market for nonwovens, you may want to check out the nonwovens importing and exporting section.


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The Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) plays an important role in export controls, guarding the national security, foreign policy and non-proliferation goals of the United States, and balancing them against the need of U.S. firms to be viable and competitive in the world marketplace. The BXA oversees the development, licensing and enforcement of export control laws. Their recently overhauled site now includes access to the Export Administration Regulations (by subscription), the List of Denied Parties, Fact Sheets on obtaining Export Licenses, descriptions of their programs, and office location and contact information.

As the DOC's international trade assistance program, the ITA is dedicated to helping U.S. businesses compete in the global marketplace. The site has a number of assistance related workspaces and information resources, and includes the NAFTA Home Page, the Trade Information Centers, and the very helpful Export Assistance Center. The U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service also prints (along with DOS) the extremely helpful Country Commercial Guides which include worldwide contacts, marketing info, best prospects and more. Their site has also recently added a Trade Compliance Center which helps U.S. exporters receive the fullest benefits from the more than 200 trade agreements the United States has concluded. Also, the OTEA has extensive trade statistics.