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Why exporters should consider doing business with emerging markets

Today's economic powerhouses may not be dominantmarketplaces in the future, so don't limit your marketinghorizons to those countries that make up today's strongesteconomic markets. Exporters should also look for opportunities inthe world's growing markets. As pinpointed by the CommerceDepartment, these include Argentina, The Association of SoutheastAsian Nations, Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Poland, South Africa,South Korea and Turkey. By 2010, these emerging markets willaccount for 25 percent of the world's imports. By getting in onthe action now, you can look forward to a share of thatpercentage.

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