Africa and the Middle East
Australia and New Zealand
Central and South America and the Caribbean
As part of the country's effort to open its economy, the Chinese government held the China International Import Expo in November 2018, its first expo dedicated to promoting imports into the country.
Since 1981, the Governor of Wisconsin has recognized companies that have contributed to the state’s export growth by achieving extraordinary results in international markets while elevating Wisconsin’s competitiveness in the global economy.
This creates opportunities for Wisconsin suppliers of innovative products or solutions for the energy sector to collaborate with UK companies involved in these initiatives and distributors that are actively seeking new technologies in this industry.
Renewable energy will play an important role in meeting these targets.
Access to clean water and sanitation is still varied among the country's many island economies, and overall strong economic growth is driving rapid development.
Wisconsin suppliers of food processing equipment, as well as providers of production, processing, packaging, technology, storage, logistics and retail, will find opportunities in the market.
The strong growth of the overall economy is creating demand for imported products.
The Costa Rican government recognizes approval by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, streamlining the path for U.S. exports into the market.
China also made a major purchase of U.S. soybeans—a positive sign in a market that had been disrupted for several months.
Companies that can provide retail analytics, predictive modeling, machine learning and artificial intelligence are in demand as the industry changes.
Details on how Wisconsin companies can bid on these projects