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Building Food Safety Capacity Worldwide to Facilitate Trade and Improve Public Health Learn more about food safety capacity building efforts in the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Food Safety Cooperation Forum and its public private partnership the Partnership Training Institute Network (PTIN) to encourage the use of best practices and science based international standards at http://fscf-ptin.apec.org. Freely available training modules on supply chain management are available on this site.

The Global Food Safety Partnership builds on the APEC public private model and is working to provide food safety capacity building efforts on a global basis through a public-private trust fund administered by the World Bank.  More information can be found at: http://web.worldbank.org

Regulatory alignment helps manage risk in APEC wine trade: Review the industry and government presentations from the 3rd meeting of the APEC Wine Regulatory Forum Meeting held in Washington, DC from November 7-8, 2013.

Are you a wine exporter? Learn about the World Wine Trade Group and its efforts to facilitate the international trade of wine.

Learn more about federal funds available in from the 2013 Market Development Cooperator Program (MDCP) to help your organization help U.S. firms be more competitive through exporting. Learn more about MDCP at trade.gov/mdcp.

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