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 Report Card on Trade II
 

The 2002 National Export Strategy is based upon a survey of some 3,200 small and medium-sized exporters that was conducted for the Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee by Chemonics International and the Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. The researchers surveyed some 3,200 small and medium-sized manufacturers and wholesalers to determine which government services exporters use, where they get them, and whether the services have an impact on their success as exporters. The survey instrument and methodology were modeled on an earlier survey, "The Report Card on Trade," conducted by the Kenan Institute in 1994.

(June 2002; vii, 50 pages)

 
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