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Imports & Exports

Import/Export Workshop Series

In March 2010, Economic Development and International Trade unit rolled out its Import/Export Workshop Series to help educate small and medium sized enterprises (SME's) in Miami-Dade County with issues relating to international trade. The workshops provide companies with the most current information and tools needed to alleviate the challenges and barriers faced by small business owners involved in international trade.

The workshops topics are designed to provide SME's with the opportunity to network with industry experts and state and federal agencies involved in international trade. Participating SME's will gain first-hand, real world examples, practical tools, and information through a variety of workshop topics.

The National Association of Counties (NACo) awarded Miami-Dade County the 2011 NACO Achievement Award for its effective and innovative import/export workshop program entitled "Workshop Assistance for SME's".

Hundreds of participants have already benefited from the workshops. Please contact a Trade Development Specialist to receive information about the next workshop.

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Trade Data

The most important sector of the County's economy is international trade. Miami-Dade County published reports track imports and exports by countries of origin and destination, as well as types of commodities.

Miami Trade Numbers magazine

Miami-Dade County annually sponsors Miami Trade Numbers magazine, produced by World City Publishing.

The magazine highlights import / export statistics and trade trends for the Miami Customs District, and features merchandise commodity data on Miami’s top 25 trading partners. It also includes trade volume numbers for Miami’s top 100 trading countries and uses figures culminated from the U.S. Census Bureau.

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