|By Neil Nisperos, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Calif.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
"We hope that business owners can learn the benefits of exporting products, growing international sales," McLeod said before the event. "Representatives from
"I'm very excited about the opportunity to be here," she said, "because there are so many small businesses interested in exporting. and my hope is that they learn about some of the tools available from a host of U.S. Agencies, including the Export Import bank, to help them identify customers, help them do market research on customers, and sell ... products overseas."
"I would encourage anyone in small business to take advantage of these services," Parker said. "They're absolutely free and absolutely invaluable for a small businessman trying to develop in markets around the world."
"Food safety is a growing problem all over the world and we are looking for an opportunity for
When asked if he would allow the bank charter to expire, McCarthy said, "Yes, because it's something that the private sector can be able to do."
"The issue is that he and other people in
Parker also disagrees with arguments to end the bank.
"America is a country of opportunity and without the
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