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Equity for Exporters

A historic shift is taking place in the world economy: record numbers of small and mid-size companies, microenterprises, and garage entrepreneurs are going global. Before content to sell in the giant U.S. market, now even the smallest American businesses are … Continue reading

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Why Is ExIm Bank Having Such Hard Time with Reauthorization?

The U.S. Export-Import Bank (ExIm Bank) is in the throes of its toughest experience yet. Congress is heatedly debating whether to reauthorize the ExIm Bank’s charter, and if it doesn’t act by September 30th, the agency will no longer be … Continue reading

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Why are companies that sell on e-commerce platforms so globalized?

My new blog at TradeUp blog: http://www.tradeupfund.com/blog/why-are-e-commerce-sellers-so-globalized As one explores international trade data, a stunning fact emerges: only 1 percent of America’s 30 million companies export. The remaining 99 percent sell only in the U.S domestic market. The explanation simple: especially … Continue reading

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My Interview about TradeUp on About.com – Small is Big in the International Economy

From: http://importexport.about.com/od/Financing/fl/Does-Size-Matter-For-Global-Scale.htm Founder and CEO of Nextrade Group LLC, Kati Suominen, has deep expertise in international trade (importing and exporting), economics and finance. In the interview below we discuss her latest venture, TradeUp LLC, why she started it, how companies … Continue reading

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Trading Up: Being Small and Going Global – Ideas Lab

Trading Up: Being Small and Going Global – Ideas Lab.

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