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World Trade Center Delaware joins small business export program

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World Trade Center Delaware joined the EXIM’s Regional Export Promotion Program, an initiative of the Export-Import Bank of the United States to engage small businesses in the export economy.

“EXIM is pleased to welcome the World Trade Center Delaware as a member of REPP to provide Delaware businesses with the tools and resources to empower them to increase exports and create the high-quality jobs that those exports support,” said EXIM Acting Chairman and President Charles J. Hall. “The Export-Import Bank serves the people of the United States by helping American businesses grow through selling their products to other countries. We are proud of our role as a mechanism for job creation and economic prosperity.”

This is one of several federal partnership for WTC Delaware.

“The WTC Delaware is the state’s liaison for a number of U.S. government agencies and international organizations, including the Department of Commerce and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency. This new partnership with EXIM will greatly expand the portfolio of services that we can offer to Delaware companies,” said the WTC Delaware Executive Director Carla Sydney Stone.

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