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The Impact of International Trade and Investment on South Carolina: Implications for Small and Medium-Sized Firms in the Era of Coronavirus

Part of COVID-19: Managerial Insights: Supporting Businesses During an Uncertain Time series

Monday, June 15, at 3 p.m.

Gerald McDermott , Professor of International Business in the Sonoco International Business Department and the Folks Center for International Business, will be leading the discussion. Key topics include:

  • The impact of changing international trade and investment in South Carolina, with an emphasis on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); 84% of exporters are SMEs
  • How S.C. firms can improve their international competitiveness and take advantage of their international ties during these uncertain times

Watch the live Zoom Q&A.
View the full series.


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