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U.S. Government Links

U.S. Commercial Service Denmark

U.S. Commercial Service Iceland

U.S. Commercial Service Norway

U.S. Commercial Service Sweden

U.S. Department of Commerce homepage

International Trade Administration (ITA)
The International Trade Administration (ITA) is here to help U.S. businesses participate fully in the growing global marketplace. The ITA provides practical information to help U.S. businesses select markets for their products. The ITA is headed by the Under Secretary for International Trade who oversees the operations of ITA's four units: the Commercial Service, Trade Development, Market Access and Compliance, and the Import Administration.

U.S. Embassy in Finland

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

U.S. Customs and Border Protection

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs

U.S. Department of State, Business center

U.S. Department of Agriculture

Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) in Stockholm represents the interests of the US Department of Agriculture in Sweden, Estonia, Finland, Latvia and Norway.

Other Links

League of Green Embassies

The American Chamber of Commerce in Finland

Discover America Committee Finland

Virtual Finland

World Trade Center Helsinki

Finpro provides services, support and information to help Finnish companies enter the international market as swiftly, safely and efficiently as possible.

Invest in Finland

Federation of Finnish Commerce

League of Finnish American Societies

Links to web sites outside the U.S. Government or the use of trade, firm, or corporation names within U.S. Commercial Service web sites are for the convenience of the user. Such links and use do not constitute an express or implied official endorsement or approval by the United States Department of Commerce of any private sector web site, or of the products or services of specifically identified companies or of any of the private entities that may have contributed to a U.S. Commercial Service web site.

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