Export Portal To Help Countries Boost Their Economies In 2017

12/30/2016 07:24 AM

Since 2011, Export Portal has been building its web system to provide easier and more secured transactions to the global community. Export Portal's steady growth has rapidly spread around the globe with at least 10,000 active users. Export Portal is confident that they can help reinvigorate the export and import industry.

International trade's recent decline is mainly due to falling imports and exports. In Indonesia for example, the waning foreign trade led to Hanjin Shipping Co., who is responsible for shipping 5% of Indonesia's export and import, filed for bankruptcy. Similarly, exports in China has dropped by 10% this September from a year ago.

In a September 2016 article written by Stefani Ribka for The Jakarta Post, he states that increasing the export of processed goods will boost Indonesia's export growth. Export Portal believes that boosting the global economy begins with re-building trust and confidence in the export and import industry.

Export Portal believes that establishing trust between businesses is an integral part of strengthening as well as simplifying the exporting and importing process. With a strong, simplified exporting and importing process, Export Portal can facilitate transactions between businesses in different countries to boost their buying power. Being a trusted platform in the industry, they have the capacity to generate reliable transactions between exporters, importers, shippers, and freight forwarders.

Most countries develop their export/import industries to boost their economies. By cultivating genuine relationships with governments and businesses, Export Portal is breaking barriers to create safe, secured transactions between buyers, sellers, manufacturers, and freight forwarders.

With Export Portal's assistance, countries like China or Indonesia will have opportunities of boosting their business. As a small country like Indonesia, Export Portal helps them grow their investments so Indonesian companies can export products to other countries. While Export Portal will help bigger countries like China to further open their market to increase their imports.   

Russian and Costa Rican governments have reached out to Export Portal because they see the value of this establishing a partnership with them, and how this partnership can influence economic growth. Export Portal is working their way forward in building partnerships to achieve their mission of strengthening the global economy through their innovative and simplified international trade model, while boosting businesses' profits.

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