New York City is one of the most important centers of international trade in the world. Every day, all kinds of consumer goods, commodities and professional services are exported and imported by New York City area companies through the metropolitan region's airports and seaports. Statistics on this activity are available in the International Trade section of NYCdata compiled by the Weissman Center for International Business, Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College. Many U.S. businesses can increase their bottom line by tapping into foreign customers among the 96% of the world's population found outside of the borders of the United States. The Thomas Yoseloff Business Center of The New York Public Library can direct you to the resources and programs to research potential international business opportunities. These resources can be categorized into-
The Journal of Commerce is dedicated to reporting the latest international trade news.