Includes web resources related to trade and project financing.
Last Published: 4/17/2016
  • Trade Finance Guide: A Quick Reference for U.S. Exporters, published by the International Trade Administrations Industry & Analysis team: http://www.export.gov/tradefinanceguide/index.asp
  • Export-Import Bank of the United States: http://www.exim.gov
  • Country Limitation Schedule: http://www.exim.gov/tools/country/country_limits.html
  • OPIC: http://www.opic.gov
  • Trade and Development Agency (USTDA): http://www.tda.gov/
  • SBA's Office of International Trade: http://www.sba.gov/oit/
  • USDA Commodity Credit Corporation: http://www.fsa.usda.gov/ccc/default.htm
  • U.S. Agency for International Development: http://www.usaid.gov
  • Multilateral Development Banks (World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank): The Commercial Service maintains Commercial Liaison Offices in each of the main Multilateral Development Banks, including the World Bank and thInter-American Development Bank. These institutions lend billions of dollars in developing countries on projects aimed at accelerating economic growth and social development by reducing poverty and inequality, improving health and education, and advancing infrastructure development. The Commercial Liaison Offices help American businesses learn how to get involved in bank-funded projects, and advocate on behalf of American bidders. Learn more by contacting the Commercial Liaison Offices to the World Bank (http://export.gov/worldbankand to the Inter-American Development Bank (http://export.gov/idb).

Prepared by our U.S. Embassies abroad. With its network of 108 offices across the United States and in more than 75 countries, the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce utilizes its global presence and international marketing expertise to help U.S. companies sell their products and services worldwide. Locate the U.S. Commercial Service trade specialist in the U.S. nearest you by visiting http://export.gov/usoffices.



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