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U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Mission Calendar
Energy Technology Commercialization Help - From idea development to market assessment, intellectual property protection to fund raising, Energy TechNet covers every stage of energy technology development and commercialization.
A complete list of informational Seminars by the Export-Import Bank
China Business Information Center including News, Events, Trade Leads and Success Stories
SBA provides a number of financial assistance programs for small businesses including 7(a), 504 and disaster assistance loans.
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A U.S. Government Guide to Free Trade Agreements
<p>According to a new study released today by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, the current national conversation would be more productively focused on creating a favorable environment for entrepreneurship—and particularly high-growth entrepreneurship—because top-performing companies are the most fertile source of new jobs.</p><p>As the American economy continues to send out mixed signals about recovery, job creation has emerged as the country's most pressing economic issue. Not only important for employment itself, job growth also drives recovery in other sectors, including housing. But, while hope for spurring the U.S. economy toward recovery focuses squarely on job creation, policy discussions center primarily on measures that would expand job growth in existing companies.</p>
Diego Sánchez, Director Incubator CREAME in his InfoDev internship: “In Colombia we use Chile as an example in matters of entrepreneurship”.<a id="news138100024" href="#news138100024" rel="nofollow" name="news138100024" class="bookmark" title="news138100024"></a>
A new study by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation finds that more than half of the companies on the 2009 Fortune 500 list were launched during a recession or bear market, along with nearly half of the firms on the 2008 Inc. list of America's fastest-growing companies.
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