A brief overview of what kind of government support is available for exporters, such as policy research and advocating for U.S. interests in trade negotiations. This information is taken from "A Basic Guide to Exporting" provided by the U.S. Commercial Service to assist U.S. companies in exporting.
Last Published: 10/20/2016
Obtaining Government Support for Service Exports

The Industry and Analysis unit of the Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration provides support to U.S. services exporters by conducting policy research and industry analysis, coordinating advisory committees, and advocating for U.S. interests in trade negotiations. More information is available at http://trade.gov/industry.

The U.S. Commercial Service, through its network of domestic offices, provides counseling and assistance to services exporters. A list of U.S. Commercial Service offices appears at the end of this book and at http://export.gov.




Trade Support Services