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State exports to Canada continue growth trend | February 28, 2006

North Dakota’s neighbors to the north are known to spend much of their disposable income in the state’s restaurants, retail shops and hotels. But Canadians also are large consumers of North Dakota’s export goods.

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Improved transportation key to North Dakota shippers | February 22, 2006

By Mikkel Pates – Agweek Staff Writer CASSELTON, N.D. – Sinner Brothers and Bresnahan’s office stands along Cass County (N.D.) Highway 10, east of town. From his office window toward the south, Bob Sinner can […]

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Minot-Area businesses tap International Markets | June 28, 2005

Anyone in sales will tell you that meeting potential customers face-to-face is the most effective way to generate new business. It’s a practice that a growing number of Minot-area companies are applying in the international […]

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Exports Drive Success for Dakota Air Parts | June 28, 2005

Barbara and K.C. Hemelstrand close some of their largest business deals in their company’s hip, low-lit recreation room complete with theater seats, a large movie screen and a wet bar. Perched high in an aircraft […]

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Manufacturers Plow into Russian Market | June 28, 2005

Maturing democracies In Russia and other former Soviet Union states are creating strong demand for U.S. goods and services, international trade experts and exporters say.

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Bismarck Business Recognized for Export Achievement | June 28, 2005

A Bismarck company, Dakota Audio, will be recognized for its growing global sales during the state’s Marketplace for Entrepreneurs conference Jan. 18 in Fargo.

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SweetPro Feeds expands into foreign markets | June 28, 2005

Robert Thornberg has parlayed his knowledge of operating ethanol plants into a growing business built on the fuel-additive’s byproducts.

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PS Doors opens to global customers | June 28, 2005

Grand Forks residents may be surprised to learn that the company installing and servicing their garage doors for the past thirty-plus years is also becoming one of the city’s largest exporters.

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North Dakota companies embark on European trade mission | June 28, 2005

Officials from four North Dakota agri-businesses embarked on a trade mission to Europe Saturday, Oct. 15, to forge new business relationships and expand their sales in the European marketplace.

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Cuba buys $20 million in North Dakota crops | June 28, 2005

The Cuban government has agreed to buy $20 million worth of North Dakota agriculture commodities. The agreement was announced Oct. 6, while North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Roger Johnson and a group of North Dakota agri-businesses […]

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