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Trade Leads

The U.S. Government has resources world-wide in Embassies and Consulates that help identify promising leads for U.S. exporters.

Trade Leads Database

The Export.gov Trade Leads Database contains pre-screened, time-sensitive leads and Government Tenders gathered through U.S. Commercial Service offices around the world. You can search leads and receive notification when new leads are posted.

Search the Trade Leads Database (Registration Required)

World Bank & Multilateral Development Banks Opportunities

Billions of dollars worth of international projects are funded every year through the World Bank and the various multilateral development banks (MDBs). Please note that after you learn more about these procurement opportunities, you can search for them in the Trade Leads Database above.

Learn more about these Opportunities

The Millennium Challenge Corporation Opportunities

The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is a United States Government corporation designed to work with some of the poorest countries in the world. MCC is based on the principle that aid is most effective when it reinforces good governance, economic freedom and investments in people. After an MCC partner country signs what is called a “Compact”, it begins implementing its projects aimed at reducing poverty. During that implementation, the country will need to procure various goods, works and services.

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