International Trade Administration Federal Grants

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Market Development Cooperator Program
Through the Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP), the International Trade Administration (ITA) aims to develop, maintain and expand foreign markets for nonagricultural goods and services produced in the United States.

Commercial Service
Through export counseling, trade promotion, trade finance and advocacy provided by domestic international network of trade professionals, encourage export capable U.S. firms to expand their export marketing efforts or begin exporting; to assist them...

Foreign-Trade Zones in the United States
To help encourage domestic warehousing, manufacturing and processing activity. States and local communities use foreign-trade zones as part of their overall economic growth efforts to improve their international business service structure. In this...

ITA Special Projects
To assist various organizations identified by Congress to expand exports; to promote job creation through projects designed to provide small-medium sized businesses with export assistance to specified overseas markets.

Remedies for Unfair Foreign Trade Practices_Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Investigations
To protect U.S. industry from injury by U.S. sales of foreign merchandise at less than fair value and by unfair subsidies bestowed by foreign governments.

Special American Business Internship Training Program
The SABIT program awards funding to qualified U.S. companies for training business executives and scientists from the New Independent States (NIS) of the former Soviet Union. SABIT exposes NIS business managers and scientists to a completely new...

Manufacturing and Services
To foster the competitiveness and growth of U.S. industries and promote their increased participation in international markets.


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