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A variety of resources are available throughout Metro Denver to help companies develop and expand their international trade capabilities.
- Export and Investment - The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade's International Division promotes the export of Colorado goods and services, and markets Colorado to attract foreign investment into the state. By supporting Colorado exports and attracting foreign investment, it helps create and retain jobs in Colorado, assists Colorado companies to expand and diversify their markets and builds Colorado’s identity as an international business center.
- World Trade Center - World Trade Center Denver is a trade association for companies engaged in international business. The Denver office is the regional location for the World Trade Center Association -- the largest trade association in the world, with a total of 340 offices in 100 countries. WTC Denver provides classes, market research, connections to local members and other WTC offices, and advocacy for free trade through the legislature. For more information or to become a member, visit the website: http://wtcdenver.org/.
- Global Real Estate - The Global Real Estate Project is an online tool for international real estate research developed by the University of Denver's Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management. The interactive site allows users to compare international real estate trends and information and access data sources such as CIA World Fact Book Data and the World Bank Business Database.
- Foreign Trade Zones - Three general purpose Foreign Trade Zones in Metro Denver and Northern Colorado allow manufacturers using imported parts and materials to expedite customs and reduce or eliminate some fees and tariffs. One zone is located near the old Stapleton Airport; the other two are located at the former WorldPort by Denver International Airport and the Great Western Industrial Park in Windsor. High-volume, high-tariff manufacturers can also establish Foreign Trade Subzones at their place of business.