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WTC Delaware plans roundtable about Canada

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Ensuring its position as Delaware’s second-largest trading partner, Canada imported $626 million in Delawarean goods and services in 2014 – including agricultural products, optical equipment, plastics and pharmaceuticals – and sent nearly $1.4 billion in crude oil to Delaware City refineries.

Learn about the business opportunities that abound with our neighbor to the north and discover how your business can enter this active market at World Trade Center Delaware’s roundtable discussion on “Doing Business in Canada,” co-sponsored by Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.

At the roundtable, World Trade Center Delaware will welcome Nathalie Niedoba, consul and Head of Investment and the Consulate General of Canada in New York City. Niedoba will speak about areas of emerging opportunity in trade, and can answer questions from businesses currently doing or considering business with Canada.

This World Trade Center Delaware roundtable will take place from 8:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. on Dec. 8 at Delaware Biotechnology Institute, 15 Innovation Way, Room 201, Newark, DE. Registration is free for members of the World Trade Center Delaware and Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and $50 for non-members.

The World Trade Center Delaware is a private-sector, nonprofit organization helping Delaware companies to succeed in the international marketplace. With a primary focus on export promotion, the WTC Delaware develops programs to assist businesses and organizations including educational and networking events, market research, and consulting.

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