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Global Silk Trade and Processing

An article on raw silk fabric and global trade. Read about countries in which silk is imported as raw fabric or processed garment.

Some Frequently Asked Questions About Bringing In Goods To Australia

Tradesmen planning for imports and exports, can seek the help of firms offering assistance for international trade business in Australia. The country of Australia has strict laws pertaining to the import of some specific category of goods. This is done for ensuring that the Biosecurity risk associated with the agricultural industries of the nation and its unique environment is reduced to a great extent.

I’ll Have the Double Irish With a Dutch Sandwich

What is the responsibility of U.S. corporations regarding taxes paid to the U.S. government? What portion of Federal tax revenues should be coming from our corporations? Do our corporations receive U.S. government subsidies taken from taxes collected? What percentage of the pie do corporate tax revenues collected currently represent? These are fundamental questions to consider when trying to answer one important question: Do U.S. corporations pay too much tax?

What Is a USPS Postal Qualified Wholesaler (PQW)?

A USPS Postal Qualified Wholesaler work very closely with the United States Postal Service to assist businesses in lowering their postage costs globally. They are experts in every phase of the mailing process and have had their operations undergo a thorough vetting process by the USPS.

How to Put Together a Practical Export Plan With Minimum Effort

Having a plan is always a good idea, and even more so when dealing with the risks and complexity of international expansion. But your plan can be a work in progress — start with the basics and work outward from there. Don’t let perfecting the plan stand in the way of making progress toward your export goals.

Monitoring the Procedure of ISO Documentation and Quality Management

The ISO (International Organization for Standardization) documentation & quality management is a certification that companies attain to prove their quality standards. It consists of a family of quality management system standards that companies need for recognition and breaking down their barriers of trade. To date, it covers almost all aspects of business and technology, spanning from agriculture to high technology industries.

Exploring the World of Merchant Services – The Boon for Start Ups

How you handle your business finances as a merchant greatly determines the success of your business. Whether you own a small, newly established business enterprise or you’ve been heading a large corporation for years now, finance is the fuel that keeps your business running.

What Percent of Your Business Do You Think You’re Doing Correctly?

You’ve heard of the 80/20 Principle, right? 80% of your output comes from 20% of your input, and all that?

US Car Makers In China – Doing Okay for Now, As Sales Are Up

China now buys more cars than any other nation on the planet, millions per year more than in the United States. Sure those cars sell for less money, they don’t have all the safety requirements we do, and the consumers there (Middle Class = $4500 per year) can’t afford what our citizens can, and they usually save their money and buy for cash – but nevertheless they do sell millions more cars. Let’s talk about GM in China, shall we?

How Long Can You Hunker Down? Or Why International Expansion May Be a Good Idea

U.S. businesses desperately need to re-invent themselves. Investments in people, R&D, and capital improvements are declining. The U.S. growth rate is expected to be very slow through 2020 and beyond. International expansion presents an option for sustained growth that many companies should consider.

USPS International Priority Airmail for eCommerce Companies

In January, the United States Postal Service increased the postage rates available for all eRetailers under the 1st Class Package International service level. The changes included offering eDelcon services for 15 countries but in many cases doubled the rates in exchange for these added services.