“The state’s Economic Development Authority is rolling out a new office aimed at attracting international trade and investment to New Jersey, according to a statement issued Wednesday. Called the Office of International Trade and Investment, the office is charged with attracting international businesses to the state and tapping into the state’s access to the diplomatic community of the New York metro area. OITI will also partner with Choose New Jersey to coordinate trade missions and other international state outreach. Meanwhile, the state’s Business Action Center will retain an Office of Export Promotion to promote New Jersey-based businesses as a potential global export.”
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