In these times of recession and economic crisis, the discovery of new market areas is more important than ever. Indeed, in Europe, currently suffering from the Euro Crisis, an increasing number of companies is looking for export destinations outside of the European Union. André Schwarz, General Director of the Association for Wholesale, Exports and Services (BGA) in Germany, the biggest European economy, underlines the importance of a broad, worldwide market area, for “as such we [Germany] participate in the growth in economic regions outside of Europe and thereby we become more independent of risks in single countries”*. And John Longworth, Director General of the British Chamber of Commerce, adds that “exporting is good for Britain”. However, “to really secure our future as a leading exporter we need to help companies take advantage of new markets.” * The key element here is the fact that only the spreading of risks and looking for new market areas will help European economies gain back their strength.
The goal behind the NEI, the National Export Initiative, underlines that for the U.S. too, it is of vital importance to start focusing more on international trade in countries outside of the U.S., and even outside of the North American continent. In Europe in this context, the BRIC region becomes more and more important, over the past years, European exports to Brazil, Russia, India and Canada have increased substantially – exports to BRIC countries now form more than 8% of the total EU exports. Of these countries, China has become the most important for U.S. exports; over the last decade, U.S. exports to China quintupled!* But in the U.S., exports going to all of the BRIC countries have increased as well: by 3 percentage points between 2003 and 2008 and by another 2 percentage points in just the two years from 2008 to 2010. These numbers make clear that new markets are being discovered, however, the need for initiatives such as the NEI also illustrate, that many more companies could profit from these new growth regions in the global market. However, in the fast changing world economy, this kind of risk spreading also requires a lot of flexibility;
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