State of North Carolina Archives: on Free Trade


Pat McCrory: ExportNC: public-private partnership to promote exports

Implement a New "ExportNC" Initiative: NC is ideally located to capitalize on expanding global markets. Our full potential is still untapped, though. As governor, Pat McCrory will establish "ExportNC," a public-private partnership that will provide private financing and industry expertise to small- and medium-sized businesses, allowing them to increase exports by working with international businesses. With the private sector taking a leading role, "ExportNC" will coordinate efforts to promote exports, free up capital for small businesses and stimulate growth and job creation in vital industries that "make and grow things," such as agribusiness and manufacturing.

Open New Markets for NC Products Through Trade Missions: As a part of his effort to promote industries that build, grow & innovate, Pat McCrory will lead overseas trade missions to open new markets for NC products. Specifically, the McCrory administration will prioritize trade missions to India and countries in Southeast Asia.

Source: N.C. Governor 2012 campaign website, patmccrory.com Nov 6, 2012

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