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Kathe Falls, Director, International Trade for GDEcD introduces Georgia's 2011 export info and more prior to presentations for GDEcD global offices in 10 countries. See entire PowerPoint . 5 minutes
With a GDP of $2.4 trillion and likely to become the world’s fifth largest economy by 2014, there are 14 best prospects for business in Brazil. What are they? 4 minutes
Why is Canada Georgia’s number one export market, and what are the newest opportunities? Find out. 6 minutes
Learn about Chile as a platform to sell into Mercosur countries even as opportunities rise for U.S. products which enjoy high prestige in Chile. 4 minutes
What are three tips for export success in Mexico where almost 50 percent of imports into Mexico originate in the U.S.? Get your company looking at Mexico, too. 3 minutes
The European office participates in trade and investment promotion while connecting Georgia companies to 27 EU member states and 500 million consumers. 4 minutes
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
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
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
Market opportunities abound: surgical instruments, electric machinery, mineral fuel, plastics, vehicles, paper, wood and more! Learn how much more. 4 minutes
With a population of 49 million (5 times larger than Georgia) and imports of $524 billion in 2011, opportunities range from chemicals to electronics and more. 3 minutes
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