International Trade

The Right Way to Get Employees into the U.S.

Looking to staff your subsidiary south of the border? Say hello to the "E" visa

Infographic: Ukraine’s Shaky Economic Future

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What the country’s current crisis means for its prospects going forward

The Trojan Horse Approach to Global Awareness

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Like most firms, Edmonton’s Yardstick Software uses the web to get on foreign buyers’ radar. But it doesn’t stop there

Why Tech Startups Can’t Get Funding

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In this week’s Export Wire: The U.S. wants more farm-product access; Alberta’s SMEs need money; and Peru cements its place as a leading Latin American trader

How to Sell to Foreign Governments

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Don't get left out of lucrative foreign infrastructure and defence sales. Here's who to call to get your foot in the door

6 Surprisingly Hot Export Sectors

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There's strong demand abroad for Canadian goods in categories you wouldn't expect. (Cardboard boxes, anyone?)

4 Ways to Streamline Overseas Sales

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Why pricing in your customers’ home currencies makes you more competitive, and other savvy foreign sales tips

The Beauty of Finding Your Aha! Moment

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When an expected market failed to work out, Vancouver’s dPoint cast around for another—and found big success. Here’s how it happened

One Company’s (Very Literal) Growth Market

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How a firm from Olds, Alta. is leading China's "forage revolution" by selling that country's farmers what they crave: Canadian hay

Canada Scores a Trade Revival

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In this week’s Export Wire: The nation’s trade surplus returns, Stephen Harper pitches in Germany and new rules for foreign government payments

6 Simple Ways to Serve Islamic Customers

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Muslims are increasingly affluent and globally minded. Here’s how to reach this US$1.8-trillion consumer market

Readers Choice

By listening to its customers’ needs during a downturn, a beleaguered plastics company uncovered a promising new product—and a lucrative market

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