Trade.gov gives developers access to authoritative information on U.S. exports and international trade via standard APIs. Trade.gov's APIs and other data sets is free of charge with unlimited access. Some of the APIs found at trade.gov are: a Market Research Library, ITA Offices and Locations, Trade Events, Leads, and News and Articles.
Trade.gov works to help U.S. small businesses export and expand their operations in overseas markets. The hope is for developers to integrate trade data into applications and mashups to help small business owners compete overseas while also creating jobs at home.
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01-12-14 19:57:08[News] Trade.gov Simplifies Denied Party Screening with the CSL API updated with Related API trade.gov
01-12-14 14:45:08[News] Trade.gov launches Consolidated Screening List API for export compliance updated with Related API trade.gov