OVERVIEW | TRADE LEADS
| BY COUNTRY | COMPANIES
| GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
| ATA CARNETS
markets are now easily accessed through the Internet.
Trade lead boards, message boards, e-mail, Web site
and search engines make finding products and trading
partners routine. The purpose of this section of IMEX
is to provide you with resources to find trading partners
around the world. Don't forget to to consider IMEX
Members as your trading partners. You will find a
list of them at Find
THE PARTNERS YOU FIND ON THE WEB
Care must be taken to insure that the person at the
other end of your deal is a legitimate business partner.
IMEX Exchange, Inc. does not take responsibility for
finding partners or for the deal. We are not in the
trading business. We simply provide information and
tools to help you locate potential partners. We do
not vouch for them in any way. It is up to you to
qualify those people and companies you find. Do your
Start with credit rating companies such as Dunn
and Brad Street. IMEX is developing a list of
rating companies by country and will shortly add
it to this site.
will help secure payment with Letters of Credit.
references from your prospective partner and check
just because someone has a fancy Web site does not
mean they are a good credit risk. Do your due diligence
before you commit your time and your companies money
to the relationship.
are hundreds of trade lead boards on the Web. Many
are product specific trade leads. Again, IMEX does
not guarantee the deal or the partners found in the
deal. We simply provide information and tools to help
you locate trade leads listed on the Web. We do not
vouch for them in any way. It is up to you to qualify
those people and companies you find. Do your research.
Try IMEX's TRADE
We have set up country specific information. Select
a country. Here you will find search engines, CIA
reports, a list of IMEX members who do business in
these countries, and much more.
great place to get country marketing reports is the
U.S. Department of Commerce.
IMEX will point you to marketing reports and country
reports as we find them.
will add companies who are located in specific countries
with links to their Web sites as we receive them.
We are constantly asked about regulations, permits,
licenses, tariffs and duties. As we progress, we will
add as much material as we can find on the Web to
The ATA Carnet is an international Customs document
that a traveler may use temporarily to import certain
goods into a country without having to engage in the
Customs formalities usually required for the importation
of goods, and without having to pay duty or value-added
taxes on the goods. Learn