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Trade Leads

The Trade Americas Trade Leads Database contains pre-screened, time-sensitive leads and foreign government tenders gathered through U.S. Commercial Service offices around the region.

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Spotlights

The Panama Canal Expansion is one the largest and most ambitious projects in the region.  It will entail tremendous commercial opportunities for U.S. firms, including maritime equipment; construction equipment; heavy machinery; dredging equipment and services; and engineering and architectural services. Learn more...

FIFA World Cup in 2014 and the Olympic Games Rio 2016 create new opportunities for U.S. companies in Brazil. The Brazilian government has pledged billions of dollars to improve the urban transit system in the host cities.  A major part of this investment will include integrated bus corridors, subway lines, and light rail systems.  U.S. companies will be competitive in providing goods and services related to traffic control, safety, maintenance, and a broad range of wireless and wire line communications-based information and electronics technologies.  Learn more...