Special Feature
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 24, 2011
MEDIA INQUIRIES:
Christine Campigotto | (703) 875-4357

UPCOMING REVERSE TRADE MISSIONS REPRESENT LOW-COST OPTION FOR COMPANIES LOOKING TO OPEN NEW EXPORT MARKETS

Upcoming Reverse Trade Missions Represent Low-Cost Option for Companies Looking to Open New Export Markets
Upcoming Reverse Trade Missions Represent Low-Cost Option for Companies Looking to Open New Export Markets

ARLINGTON, VA – USTDA continues to answer the President's call to double exports over five years' through the hosting of reverse trade missions that bring foreign buyers together with U.S. companies able to offer technologies and services. These visits offer a low cost option for U.S. companies looking for new export markets while also helping foreign officials achieve their development goals utilizing U.S. goods and services. For example, over the next few months, numerous opportunities exists for U.S. companies to learn about aviation opportunities in Vietnam, oil and gas opportunities in Iraq and environmental management opportunities in South Africa.

One upcoming visit, scheduled for Oct. 22-29, 2011, will bring Vietnamese air traffic management officials to the United States to speak with U.S. companies active in the engineering and manufacturing of air traffic management equipment. Along with meeting companies that specialize in manufacturing and deploying air traffic management technologies, the delegation with also tour air traffic control facilities in the Boston, Mass. and Washington, D.C. areas.

For more information about upcoming reverse trade missions, please visit the USTDA Events page.

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The U.S. Trade and Development Agency helps companies create U.S. jobs through the export of U.S. goods and services for priority development projects in emerging economies. USTDA links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project planning activities, pilot projects, and reverse trade missions while creating sustainable infrastructure and economic growth in partner countries.