In FY 2014, USTDA continued to expand opportunities for U.S. businesses to export their goods and services to emerging markets — in support of jobs at home — by forging strategic relationships between the private and public sectors in the United States and its partner countries. The Agency continues to prioritize its funding for activities with a strong probability of effectiveness. This allows U.S. companies to build relationships and make sales to new markets, while developing and middleincome countries achieve their economic development goals. As a result of this targeted approach, this year alone, the Agency identified $5.8 billion of new exports generated from USTDA-funded activities, which have helped support approximately 32,000 jobs in the United States.
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