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International Resources

There are many opportunities outside of the U.S. The U.S. Department of Commerce hosts events, webinars and even trade missions to promote U.S. companies abroad. Visit www.export.gov and www.trade.gov to see all the resources offered by the U.S. Government.


Planned & awarded opportunities at/above $200K are posted at: https://www.mcc.gov/work-with-us/mcc-partner-countries

Small water projects in the pipeline: https://www.fomilenioii.gob.sv/apuestaporinversiones


AIA Global Resource Primer

Click HERE to review articles in the AIA Global Resource Primer that provide awareness of the cultural differences and give helpful guidance for practicing abroad.

Click HERE for the International Union of Architects Website­


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Caribbean Countries Resource Guide

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Click HERE­­­­­ ­ ­ ­to access a resource guide that provides an abundance of information about Caribbean Countries, including:

  • Population
  • Culture
  • History
  • Government Structure
  • Climate
  • Economy
  • Tourism
  • Much More!

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Beyond the Caribbean­

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Free webinar

Join us for a free webinar and discover the potential for doing business in the markets of Japan, Hong Kong, Thailand, South Korea & Vietnam

Tuesday, November 19, 2019­ |­ 2:00 PM (Eastern)

Register for this free webinar

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Why the Indo-Pacific?

  • Japan is the third largest economy in the world, after the United States and China and fourth largest importer of U.S. goods.
  • South Korea remains one of the world’s most trade-dependent nations, with trade valued at 90 percent of GDP.
  • Thailand is not only one of the world’s top ten most visited countries, in 2018, Thailand received U.S. goods valued at $12.6 billion.­
  • Hong Kong is an ideal platform for doing business in Asia, especially mainland China. Hong Kong is a free port that does not levy any customs tariff and has limited excise duties.
  • Vietnam’s young consumers are among the most optimistic in the world providing the right demographics for growth and receptivity to U.S. products and services.
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Webinar Highlights

  • Engage with regional experts from the U.S. Department of Commerce
  • Learn about best prospect industries in the Indo-Pacific
  • Hear a company’s perspective about doing business in the region and attending Trade Winds
  • Opportunity to ask questions about the region and Trade Winds 2020

Meet the Regional Experts

  • Alan Turley -Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce for China and Mongolia in the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration.

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  • Laurie Farris - Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Asia in the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration
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