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Vietnam's seafood production

Increase Aid for Trade support, especially for least developed countries.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Local Chambers of Commerce: Provide support and advocacy for businesses in their area including offering networking opportunities, training, and information to help businesses engage in trade.

  2. Business Improvement Districts: Improve and promote business activities in a specific geographic area. They often focus on economic development and may support trade-related initiatives.

  3. Trade Associations: Various trade associations exist, representing specific industries or groups of businesses, that work to improve trade conditions, address common challenges, and provide resources for their members.

  4. Local Economic Development Agencies: Work to attract investment, create jobs, enhance the local economy, and support trade-related projects and initiatives.

  5. Community Development Corporations: Promote economic development and improve the quality of life in their community. Some may be involved in trade-related programs to boost local businesses.

  6. Small Business Development Centers: Offer services like business counseling, training, and resources to help businesses engage in trade activities.

  7. Local Cooperative Organizations: Work to improve the market access of their members through trade-related initiatives.

  8. Women's Business Networks: Support female entrepreneurs in trade-related activities, providing networking opportunities, mentorship, and resources.

  9. Local Export Promotion Agencies: Offer support, training, and resources to local businesses looking to enter or expand in international markets.

  10. Community-based NGOs: May work on various development issues, including economic development and trade-related projects that benefit the community.

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