If you missed NSBA's recent webinar with EXIM Bank, you can get all the great information here and start expanding your export operations today.
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Join NSBA partner SYSTRAN for their 2-part webinar series, “Going Global,” Oct. 27 & Dec. 15 to learn how to expand your customer scope internationally and help your business thrive in the global stage.
On May 18, Senate Finance Chair Ron Wyden released legislation that would bring back multiple tariff-reduction programs, designed to make some imports less expensive for U.S. firms and to promote trade with developing countries.
NSBA earlier this week urged lawmakers to approve the nominations to Ex-Im Bank's Board of Directors in order to ensure Ex-Im functions properly.
The NSBA Board of Trustees recently endorsed the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement which includes language to promote the growth of small businesses.
Last week, President Trump announced plans to impose new tariffs on imported steel and aluminum, setting of widespread concern among business leaders and lawmakers alike.
Yesterday, the House passed legislation to eliminate $1.1 billion in import tariffs on items deemed to not pose a competitive threat to U.S. producers during the next three years.
NSBA and SBEA, in partnership with Livingston International, today released the 2016 Small Business Exporting Survey which found less growth in exporting.
NSBA has formally endorsed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade deal that stands to improve small-business access to foreign markets by reducing complexity and foreign tariffs currently facing U.S. firms.
NSBA Partner Livingston has put together valuable resources to help you complete customs documents which can be very complex, even when shipping to Canada.