1. Connecting more U.S. businesses to their NEXT global customer with tailored industry-specific information and assistance.Read more: U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker Announces Next Phase of the National Export Initiative
2. Making the NEXT international shipment easier and less expensive, through efforts to streamline U.S. government export-related services, reporting requirements and processes, and speeding American goods to more markets through domestic infrastructure improvements.
3. Expanding access to finance for U.S. businesses’ NEXT export transaction, helping more exporters obtain financing to meet international demand, and ensuring more companies know what products and services are available to reduce risk and export to new markets with confidence.
4. Promoting exports and foreign direct investment attraction as the NEXT economic development priority in communities and regions across the country by enhancing partnerships with local and state leaders and by coordinating with SelectUSA, the U.S. government-wide program housed within the Department of Commerce to facilitate foreign direct investment.
5. Creating, fostering and ensuring U.S. business’ NEXT global opportunity by helping developed and developing economies improve their business environments, by opening new markets, and by establishing conditions and addressing barriers to allow more American exporters to compete and win abroad.
For more on NEI/Next, including state by state success stories, visit: http://www.trade.gov/neinext/
Full report, "National Export Initiative, Next, Strategic Framework," visit: http://www.trade.gov/neinext/neinext-strategic-framework.pdf
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