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International Trade Finance - Resources

The following federal, state, and private sector organizations can provide assistance for businesses looking to grow their international trade capabilities. PLEASE NOTE: Clicking on any of these links will take you from Santander Bank's website

U.S. Government
Export—Import Bank of the United States
SBA Office of International Trade
U.S. Department of Commerce International Trade Administration
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
The World Bank
U.S. Department of Transportation Maritime Administration
U.S. AID
International Monetary Fund
U.S. Department of State
Central Intelligence Agency
Global Trade and Technology Network
U.S. Department of Agriculture's Foreign Agriculture Service

Connecticut
Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development
Global Business Alliance of New England Inc.

Massachusetts
Massachusetts Export Center
Global Business Alliance of New England, Inc.

New Hampshire
Global Business Alliance of New England, Inc.

New Jersey
U.S. Export Assistance Center of Newark, NJ
New Jersey Office of International Trade & Protocol

Pennsylvania
World Trade Center of Greater Philadelphia
Philadelphia U.S. Export Assistance Center

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Export Assistance Center
Global Business Alliance of New England, Inc.

Trade Associations
Treasury Management Association of New England
The Federation of International Trade Associations
National Association of Credit Management

Insurance
Export Insurance Agency, Inc
Export—Import Bank of the United States
Aon Corporation Insurance
Coface North America
Euler Hermes ACI
FCIA Management Company, Inc. Credit Insurance
International Risk Consultants, Inc
Export Risk Management, Inc.
Trade Risk Group

Other Resources
International Business Training
International Chamber of Commerce
World Time Zones
World Trade Press