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Lesson 9

The Ohio Department of Development Connect Ohio features a list of Business and Trade Links. The Ohio Department of Development works with businesses, communities and the state government to develop programs that help companies create a favorable climate for trade.

ExportOhio provides a wealth of information on trade - from export counseling to trade links and country and regional information.

The export example featured in Producing Ohio involves Xtek, Inc., and its trading relationship with the country of Brazil. Check out information about doing business in Brazil at The Brazil-U.S. Business Council.

Check out the AmosWEB Economic Gloss*Arama that accompanies The Pedestrian's Guide to the Economy. It's an n extensive database (over 1,100 terms) of economic terms and concepts. Type in the term you want to find, and when the Gloss*Arama returns a definition, you'll also get a list of related terms to check.

There's a lot involved when a company decides to export a product or service, from developing a market plan and licensing to preparing your product and methods of payment. To see all the elements, check out A Basic Guide to Exporting.

The Census Bureau has compiled Foreign Trade Statistics and information and documents for companies involved in or deciding to export products or services.

The Universal Currency ConverterTM is the world's most popular currency tool. It allows you to perform interactive foreign exchange rate calculations on the Internet, using live, up-to-the-minute currency rates.

Time Zones for PCs helps businesses know when they can reach distributors and companies in other countries and time zones around the world. Their software for PCs, which gives you instant access to world times, is available for free download on the site.

Lesson 10

The Ohio Department of Development Connect Ohio features a list of Business and Trade Links. The Ohio Department of Development works with businesses, communities and the state government to develop programs that help companies create a favorable climate for trade.

ExportOhio provides a wealth of information on trade - from export counseling to trade links and country and regional information.

The export example featured in Producing Ohio involves Xtek, Inc., and its trading relationship with the country of Brazil. Check out information about doing business in Brazil at The Brazil-U.S. Business Council.

Xtek, Inc. is a partner in the Producing Ohio project. Xtek is a company of diverse products and services for their customers' rolling mills, mines, food processing facilities and metal stamping operations. Their website features pictures and descriptions of their products and services.

Check out the AmosWEB Economic Gloss*Arama that accompanies The Pedestrian's Guide to the Economy. It's an extensive database (over 1,100 terms) of economic terms and concepts. Type in the term you want to find, and when the Gloss*Arama returns a definition, you'll also get a list of related terms to check.

There's a lot involved when a company decides to export a product or service, from developing a market plan and licensing to preparing your product and methods of payment. To see all the elements, check out A Basic Guide to Exporting.

The Census Bureau has compiled Foreign Trade Statistics and information and documents for companies involved in or deciding to export products or services.

The Universal Currency ConverterTM is the world's most popular currency tool. It allows you to perform interactive foreign exchange rate calculations on the Internet, using live, up-to-the-minute currency rates.

Time Zones for PCs helps businesses know when they can reach distributors and companies in other countries and time zones around the world. Their software for PCs, which gives you instant access to world times, is available for free download on the site.

Lesson 11

ExportOhio provides a wealth of information on trade - from export counseling to trade links and country and regional information and Ohio trade statistics.

Check out the AmosWEB Economic Gloss*Arama that accompanies The Pedestrian's Guide to the Economy. It's an n extensive database (over 1,100 terms) of economic terms and concepts. Type in the term you want to find, and when the Gloss*Arama returns a definition, you'll also get a list of related terms to check.

There's a lot involved when a company decides to export a product or service, from developing a market plan and licensing to preparing your product and methods of payment. To see all the elements, check out A Basic Guide to Exporting.

The Census Bureau has compiled Foreign Trade Statistics and information and documents for companies involved in or deciding to export products or services.

The Universal Currency ConverterTM is the world's most popular currency tool. It allows you to perform interactive foreign exchange rate calculations on the Internet, using live, up-to-the-minute currency rates.

Time Zones for PCs helps businesses know when they can reach distributors and companies in other countries and time zones around the world. Their software for PCs, which gives you instant access to world times, is available for free download on the site.

Xtek, Inc.

Xtek, Inc. is a partner in the Producing Ohio project. Xtek is a company of diverse products and services for their customers' rolling mills, mines, food processing facilities and metal stamping operations. Their website features pictures and descriptions of their products and services.

In Producing Ohio, we talk about Xtek, Inc.'s international trade business and its trading relationship with the country of Brazil. Check out information about doing business in Brazil at The Brazil-U.S. Business Council.

Brazil Information is also available through the Brazil-U.S. Business Council. This page provides you with links not only to trade information, but also a profile of the country and an overview of cultural adjustment if you decide to live and work in Brazil.

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