Minority Business are More Likely to Export
Exporting is good for American business, good for American workers and good for American jobs. Ninety-five percent (95%) of the world’s customers lie outside the United States and Minority Business Development Agency is committed to working with U.S. companies to help American-made goods and services succeed in the global market.
Minority businesses have a competitive advantage in global trade based on their cultural ties, language skills and nimbleness. Today, the importance of minority-owned businesses as a key component of U.S. international trade has never been greater. Learn More .
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Focused on emerging markets and countries with trade agreements, MBDA is currently targeting eleven markets:
Use the map to find out more about each countries' economy and market condition and access business insight reports or the list below.