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What does ETC stand for?

ETC stands for Export Trading Company

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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) has urged the Antitrust Modernization Commission not to recommend repealing the Export Trading Company Act, which provides a limited antitrust exemption for exporter associations.
ARRANGE FOR DISTRIBUTION [] Assess whether the most cost-effective and efficient entry to the chosen market would be through a commissioned sales agent, an export management company or export trading company, a sales representative, distributors, direct sales to consumers, licensing or joint ventures.
MR ABDUR-RASHID ALI, the chief-executive officer of Global Group Export trading company, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Department of Commerce AFIA: Provide membership export listings AFPA: Reduce government import barriers AMFMI: Provide technical information exchange ATMI: Operate export trading company CCI: Provide consumer advertising EIA: Organize off-shore shows EMI: Work on worldwide standards and regulations HIA: Hold a trade show in Europe IME: Work as a liaison with European manufacturers ISEA: Publish an export newsletter; provide a standards database ITA (Truck): Write international engineering standards MJSA: Publish guide to international trade NACDS: Form multinational alliances NAEC: Provide Internet access, databases, and mailing lists NAED: Publish international directory NGA: Publish American magazines in non-U.
based export trading company currently organized as a C corporation (or as a limited liability company (LLC) taxable as a corporation) properly structures and actively operates as a qualified FSC, the company's qualifying export sales may obtain up to twice the normal Federal tax benefits available to most FSCs.
WASHINGTON--The American Textile Manufacturers Institute (ATMI), has created a separate textile export trading company called Texport, to help ATMI members, home textile, decorative fabric and apparel companies, explore new sales opportunities worldwide.