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CHAPTER: Identifying & Assessing Markets
4. How can I identify markets that are relatively open to my product?
  ANSWER: A number of sources in the CITD's Trade Information Database identify countries with relatively open or restrictive markets. Generally, any country listed as a “best market” for your industry in Industry Subsector Analyses (ISAs), a standard “Market Access “ section describes all pertinent import conditions in the country.. Each Country Commercial Guides (CCG) also has a standard “Trade Regulations” chapter addressing this issue. Other sources are the annual series of Country Reports on Economic Policy and Trade Practices and National Trade Estimate Report on Foreign Trade Barriers.

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