In the United States, entrepreneurs and their firms have played a big role in the boom in trade over the past few years. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. SMEs continued to expand their share of U.S. merchandise exports to 33% in 2011 (latest available data), up from 27% in 2002.In the article, he talks about opening overseas markets, eliminating foreign barriers and how free trade agreements can open doors to international success for small businesses.
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Tip: Be sure to watch the three videos on small business owners talking about how they are thriving because of exports.