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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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USMCA (U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement) Briefing - Tuesday, August 13

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The NAFTA countries signed an Agreement to modernize it, which­is now referred to as the United States, Mexico, Canada Agreement (USMCA). The current North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) remains in effect. The USMCA can come into effect once the­U.S. Congress passes the implementing bill for the new agreement, and the governments of Canada and Mexico do the same.

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Christine Gomes of the Western Hemisphere Office at the U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington, DC is coming to Jacksonville to explain the new USMCA.­ ­

  • Learn the current status of NAFTA and how it will change under the proposed replacement: USMCA
  • Learn about the three key goals of the USMCA
  • Learn about the changes on "Rules of Origin" for autos, agriculture, labor, digital trade, Intellectual Property
  • Learn how SMEs will be recognized and benefited with easier market entry procedures into Canada and Mexico

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  • DATE:­ Tuesday, August 13, 2019
  • LOCATION:­ JAX Chamber, 3 Independent Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32202 (3rd Floor)
  • TIME:­ 8:00 AM Registration, 8:30 AM Program, 10:00 AM Q&A­
  • COST:­ $10
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Central America is a growing market for United States exports, and U.S. products are highly accepted in the region.

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The Trade Mission is open to U.S. companies from a cross-section of industries with growth potential in Central America.

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Mission Dates: August 18-23, 2019

Location: Washington, DC (Conference), Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Belize, Nicaragua­and Panama (Trade Mission)

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Discover Global Markets Powering & Building the Middle East & Africa | Houston, TX | Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

Tap into Energy and Infrastructure Opportunities in the Middle East
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At the 19th edition of­Discover Global Markets business forum, the U.S. Commercial Service will help U.S. firms access oil and gas, renewable energy, electricity infrastructure, construction, engineering and transportation sectors in the Middle East and Africa.

Early bird rate $495

Strong government investment plans and growing populations are creating new energy and infrastructure opportunities for U.S. exporters across the Middle East and Africa. In 2019, the region is expected to have the fastest construction industry growth rate in the world, according to Business Monitor International, with strong demand for rail, road and port improvements. New refinery projects are planned, and the region’s top markets are focusing on natural gas and clean energy projects to meet power needs. Access the U.S. Commercial Service’s market intelligence resources­to learn more.

Create a customized experience that may include:

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Strategizing one-on-one with 20+ U.S. Commercial Diplomats from Africa and the Middle East

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Participating in dynamic roundtable discussions and plenaries

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Meeting with international buyers and government officials, as well as U.S. primes seeking suppliers for their projects­

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Networking with diplomats, expert presenters, international buyers and­fellow exporters

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