The New York District Export Council is pleased to present, together with the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service, a major business forum about entering greater Chinese markets. “Discover Global markets: Greater China” is a two-day conference that will provide numerous opportunities for your company to learn from experts with real-world experience in these markets. Join us on October 7-8, 2014 in New York City to learn about doing business and finding markets in Greater Chinese countries and territories.
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EXIM BANK REAUTHORIZATION
On July 19 three members of the NYDEC participated in a press conference arranged by Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney on the steps of City Hall. The purpose of the event was to publicly support the reauthorization of the U.S. Eximbank.
The EximBank charter is up for renewal shortly. The new majority leader in the House has come out against the renewal. Two years ago, he voted for it. At this time, with the help of our friends at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, we are trying to build a consensus to renew.
Download a document prepared by the Chamber talking about the process. What they would like you to do, is send it out to your clients and friends who have used Exim and have them respond to the survey. However, it must be done very quickly to be effective.
Export University is a series of courses about exporting developed by the DEC in cooperation with the US Commercial Service of the US Department of Commerce. Click here to see upcoming and past events in New York.
Every May the New York DEC hosts New York World Trade Week. World Trade Week is a series of event offered by more than 40 organizations in the New York region that promote international trade.
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Other New York DEC News and Events
NEI/NEXT is a new customer service-driven strategy that provides information resources that help American businesses capitalize on opportunities to sell their goods and services abroad. Click here to learn more.