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Entrepreneur Magazine. Starting an Import / Export Business

  • ID: 2211560
  • Book
  • October 1995
  • Region: Global
  • 272 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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From the source you trust most everything you need to start up, grow, and prosper in international trade . . .

If you′re excited by the opportunities you see in international trade but nervous about facing a world of problems you don′t understand, you′ve come to the right place. In Starting an Import/Export Business, the experts at Entrepreneur Magazine help you break into this fast–growing field and thrive. This easy–to–use guide provides clear, concise information that demystifies the foreign trade process.

In addition to all the basics you need to start your own business, this book is loaded with helpful statistics on international trade with 17 countries, sample documents, and resource listings. You′ll learn about trade regulations, how to deal with customs services, and the best ways to protect trademarks and copyrights. You′ll discover the best places to go for working capital, how to attract clients, and when to hire consultants.

You′ll also learn how to:

  • Price goods and services and calculate exchange rates
  • Cope with international legal issues
  • Manage your company′s finances
  • Market your services both at home and abroad

ENTREPRENEUR Magazine is the banner publication of the Entrepreneur Magazine Group. It has the largest newsstand circulation of any business monthly and has a total ABC audited circulation of 410,000. The Entrepreneur Magazine Group also publishes Business Start–Ups and Entrepreneur in Mexico, as well as videos, audiocassettes, and software that deal with business start–up management.

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  • Making Money with Your Personal Computer
  • The Entrepreneur Magazine Small Business Advisor
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Understanding the World Market.

Forming Your Import/Export Service.

Understanding Import/Export Regulations.

Setting Up Your Import/Export Office.

Managing Your Finances.

Maintaining Records.

Marketing Your Import/Export Service.

Managing Your Own Import/Export Service.



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