by | Feb 9, 2010 | Markets, Resources

Still some room at the forum
One of the most important regions for U.S. exports is the Americas, market for more than $525 billion in U.S. merchandise in 2008. The Trade Winds Forum, to be held this year in São Paulo April 25-30, is the signature event of the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service. The multi-sector trade mission is overbooked … HOWEVER, alternative programs taking place in São Paolo and Rio de Janeiro have been opened for companies in select industries, including architecture/construction/engineering and transportation. Click here to learn more.

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