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Blog posts for International Trade

China suppliers suffer cash flow shortages due to the current trade war on tariffs

Posted on July 20, 2019 in International Trade

In 2014, long before President Trump's 2015 campaign, he tweeted, "Remember, China is not a friend of the United States!” (Source: Twitter.) While running for president, China remained one of his major focuses. 

On January 22, 2018, the trade war...

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Navigate the Global Economy with International Banking

Posted on March 21, 2014 in International Trade

Success in the international business arena not only requires having a keen understanding of doing business abroad, but in also having proper resources. One of those essential resources is international banking, which provides the financial...

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Handling Multiple Currencies in Business Transactions

Posted on February 26, 2014 in International Trade

The global marketplace is showing continued strength were, thanks to the internet opportunities are expanding for even small enterprises. Websites allows businesses of all sizes to find prospective customers next door and half way around the...

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Financing for Importers and Exporters

Posted on January 17, 2014 in International Trade

Are you struggling to find financing for your importing/exporting business? Have you recently been refused by banks and credit unions? Answering “yes” to these questions doesn't mean you're unable to secure credit: It just means you can't secure...

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Retaining Control of Import-Export Firms with Alternative Lending Options

Posted on December 06, 2013 in International Trade

The increasing globalization of the modern marketplace allows import-export firms to offer an extensive range of international products and to take advantage of lower prices to boost profit margins. During the critical first few years of...

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Can invoice factoring help global distributors overcome working capital shortages?

Posted on December 06, 2013 in International Trade

International distributors of merchandise are able to overcome their working capital shortages with the aid of invoice factoring and accounts receivable funding services. Especially when they are exporting goods to global markets, numerous delays...

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Meat Export Agreement Between the U.S. and China

Posted on November 13, 2013 in International Trade

Why did the chicken cross the ocean? To get from the U.S. to China and back to the U.S., after a recent decision by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Food Safety and Inspection Service. For the past nine years, there were restrictions against...

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Importing Goods into the U.S.

Posted on November 12, 2013 in International Trade

Importing goods into the United States can be a successful business venture, whether you want to leverage less-expensive merchandise or diversify your product line. Believe it or not, importing goods does not cannibalize the U.S. economy. Your...

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Reasons to Use Purchase Order Financing for Import/Export Transactions

Posted on October 03, 2013 in International Trade

The world's economy revolves around modern global trade, whether the transactions are for import or export services. With a foundation of more than 140 years of knowledge in global trade and supply chain processes, your business can participate in...

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Factoring for the International Wines Trade

Posted on September 19, 2013 in International Trade

The international wines trade has increased dramatically during the last few years. Importers and exporters in the global wines production and sales industry are continuously gaining new customer bases and wine suppliers. With this rapid growth in...

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Back to the Future: Manufacturing in a Global Economy

Posted on September 13, 2013 in International Trade

The last few decades have been tumultuous for the manufacturing industry, both nationally and globally. Developing economies made huge leaps to become first-tier manufacturing nations. The Great Recession stifled worldwide demand. Employment in...

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Increasing Cash Flow for International Supply Chain Operations

Posted on September 11, 2013 in International Trade

Organizations that participate in the global arena understand the importance of having an efficient and effective supply chain management system. Hopes of an advantage over the competition are reliant on strategic plans for a profitable supply...

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The Global Reach of International Business

Posted on September 03, 2013 in International Trade

As competition intensifies on domestic and international levels, many companies are compelled to look beyond normal business practices. Twin forces of technology and globalization are the mechanisms that progressively propel international business...

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International Trade in a Flat World

Posted on September 03, 2013 in International Trade

Some small businesses in the U.S. think the landscape of the world market is too large to find a niche. However, nearly 97 percent of exports are handled by small businesses. Add to that, a large number of potential customers are outside the...

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International Factoring for Large Manufacturers

Posted on September 03, 2013 in International Trade

The majority of large manufacturers engage the factoring services of export factors that participate in global networks. Members of these networks work through other factoring members located in the countries and regions where their manufacturer...

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