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Country Commercial Guides business statistics

Country Commercial Guides (CCGs) are prepared annually by U.S. embassies with the assistance of several U.S. government agencies. These reports present a comprehensive look at countries' commercial environments, using economic, political and market analysis. 
The type of information you will find includes:
  • Economic & Political Environment
  • Leading Sectors for U.S. Export and Investment
  • Trade regulations, customs and standards
  • Investment climate
  • Business travel

Country Commercial Guides are great sources of information for international business research. What do they look like?   Click here for an example.

How do I locate a Country Commercial Guide for country I am researching?

Go to this page:
http://export.gov/about/eg_main_016804.asp

and register for a free account as a student or researcher.

Then, you will be able to go to this site to search for you Country Commercial Guide:
http://www.buyusainfo.net/adsearch.cfm?search_type=int&loadnav=no

Click on the "Country" box to pick your country.
then click on the "Report" box to select "Country Commercial Guide,"

Then click on Go.

The process can fail at times, so try again, if necessary.

If you have questions or are encountering problems, please contact me.


 

 

 

Last Update: September 30, 2013

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