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Sims Metal Management's (SMM) New England subsidiary in the USA has acquired the assets of Promet Marine Services Corporation for an undisclosed sum

US exports hit a record high in July, pushing the country's trade deficit down to its lowest level in three months.
Led by strong overseas sales of manufactured goods, US exports rose 3.8% to $178bn (£111bn),

Northrop CEO praised a U.S. export-control streamline effort, only weeks after voicing fears that existing curbs could doom the fledgling U.S. industry making remotely piloted vehicles.


Outreach to regional supermarket chains aimed at building demand for U.S. beef in Northern Mexico

“Well, we literally are … in the middle of an export boom. U.S. exports were up 50 percent — 50 percent — since the bottom of the recession. They now account for 13 percent of all economic activity in the country. Before the recession, they were only 9 percent."
-  Mike Walden - N.C. State University economist


The resilience of American small businesses is unquestionable. In the face of an economic downturn, they have adapted and come to utilize foreign trade as a tool for growth. Even as domestic sales lagged, U.S. exports grew more than 17 percent and shrunk the trade deficit to levels not seen in over a decade
- Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez

“We must and we will implement a new strategy to expand our position and drive our growth in international markets,” Denise Morrison, the incoming chief executive officer of Campbell Soup Co., said at a meeting with investors. “The rise of the middle class in large developing markets like China and India” represents a “growth opportunity of staggering proportions.”