International Trade Administration


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International Trade Administration

A branch of the U.S. Department of Commerce that promotes exports of non-agricultural goods. The ITA provides information to exporters and assures that they have access to international markets. It was established in 1980.
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Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration to ensure that the franchising sector's concerns are understood.
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