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The European office participates in trade and investment promotion while connecting Georgia companies to 27 EU member states and 500 million consumers. 4 minutes
6pm - Dec 5, 2012
China, with a growing economy, improving legal system and adaptive consumer base, has gaps with developed economies and an urgency to catch up. 4 minutes
6pm - Dec 5, 2012
As a gateway to global markets (EMEA, APAC, Eastern Europe), Israel imports also range from chemicals and consumer goods to food and security/defense. 3 minutes
6pm - Dec 5, 2012
The UK, the fifth largest U.S. export market, and Ireland, Europe’s 10th largest economy, offer a wide variety of market opportunities for Georgia companies. 5 minutes
6pm - Dec 5, 2012
Market opportunities abound: surgical instruments, electric machinery, mineral fuel, plastics, vehicles, paper, wood and more! Learn how much more. 4 minutes
6pm - Dec 5, 2012

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In Georgia, we know companies that sell overseas create twice as many jobs as those only selling in the U.S. market. They grow an average of 18 percent faster, and their workforce is typically 10 to 15 percent more productive. International sales volume also helps lower overall production costs and leads to increased profitability. The Georgia Department of Economic Development’s (GDEcD) award-winning International Trade Team works with small- and medium-size Georgia companies to enhance their export sales to international markets.

GDEcD’s nationally-recognized International Trade Services help good companies become better companies through exporting. Exporting is not just about increasing profits; it is also about diversifying markets, and gaining a competitive edge through global exposure to new technology, innovations and competition.

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