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58 Percent of Small Businesses Already Have International Customers, Survey Finds

Small businesses are breaking barriers and going international, a new study by foreign exchange company USForex has found. The survey shows 58 percent of small businesses already have international customers, while 72 percent plan to grow their international customer base by 2017. About 96 percent of these small businesses, in fact, are confident about conducting business abroad. “Going global is no longer an option for successful small- and medium-sized businesses — it’s a strategic imperative,” said Karin Visnick, head of North America, USForex.

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