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- Commercial missions
- Market access missions
- Policy missions
- Combined missions
- Certified trade missions
The Department of Commerce offers several types of trade missions, all of which include U.S. companies and usually include senior Commerce officials:
Trade events provide venues for U.S. exporters to meet international buyers, distributors, or representatives.
ITA maintains a searchable list of all official trade missions and trade events sponsored by the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce on our sister website, Export.gov.
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