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What China’s Currency Devaluation Means for US-China Trade

Following last week’s news about China’s economic slowdown and stock market crashes, China, once again, has devalued its currency. Debates continue as to what this most recent currency devaluation will mean for the global market. For example, Reuters reporters, Lu Jianxin … Continue reading

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Small Market, Big Opportunities

Since President Obama’s announcement in December about efforts to improve U.S. relations with Cuba, a number of large U.S. companies are already going into the Cuban market to provide services. Which companies are providing services in Cuba? What can U.S. companies … Continue reading

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Entrepreneurs Give International Trade Seminar Two Thumbs Up

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My seminar last week, which was co-hosted by the Women Entrepreneurs Club of Los Angeles and the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce, resulted in great dialogue with other entrepreneurs who were learning or who already had experience with international trade.

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First Trade Seminar A Success

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On Saturday, the Global Research Institute of International Trade (GRIIT), held its first seminar in Los Angeles. The seminar titled, “Minority-Owned Businesses Can A.C.E. the Global Market,” was truly a success. I must thank the team of individuals who volunteered their time, … Continue reading

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Developing A Business Strategy To Include the Global Market

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Often times, when I speak with business owners, as I will do this Saturday in Los Angeles, I explain the importance of going global for their business growth. The next question is: How does a business get started  in the global market? … Continue reading

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