U.S. Commercial Service

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U.S. Commercial Service

An agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce that promotes U.S. exports. It conducts market research, introduces companies to buyers and conducts other services for American exporters. It charges a fee for many of these services. The Commercial Service also promotes American goods in foreign markets. It has offices in American embassies around the world to accomplish these activities.
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United States Commercial Service, International Trade Administration/United States Department of Commerce, Washington DC 20230, USA.
9 percent in 1999, revealed Mary Ann Slater, a commercial specialist with the United States Commercial Service of the American Embassy, while speaking to the United States Trade Mission to Europe 2000 led by International Direct Marketing Consultants.
BALTIMORE -- Michael Bristol, Vice President of the Network Solutions Group for Annapolis-based TeleCommunication Systems (TCS) (NASDAQ:TSYS), was presented the Export Achievement Certificate by Tom McGinty, National Director for Domestic Operations for the United States Commercial Service, during the Middle East Business Forum held on November 29, 2004, in Baltimore, Maryland.
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