What International Trade Means for Maine

  • International trade – including exports and imports – supports 177,519 Maine jobs, representing more than 1 in 5 jobs in the state.
  • While Maine’s total employment declined from 2004 to 2013, trade-­related jobs grew by 24% during that same period.

(Source:  “How Maine’s Economy Benefits from International Trade & Investment” report from Business Roundtable)

Ocean Technology in New England and Atlantic Canada: Promoting a Network of Collaboration

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April 28  |  University of Maine

 This conference aims to facilitate conversations and promote integration of the growing Ocean Technology sectors in New England and Atlantic Canada towards joint R&D, product development, and technology transfer opportunities.


2015 Annual Report

Highlights include the Trade Mission to Japan and China, increased visibility for Maine in Arctic matters, and a $161,000 federal grant to assist Maine exporters.

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Scandinavian Trade Mission

June 5 – 14, 2016

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Join the Maine North Atlantic Development Office (MENADO) and Maine International Trade Center (MITC) to explore the markets of Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.