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Texas newspapers feature OPIC President Elizabeth Littlefield on the role of small businesses in the global economy

This week, OPIC held its Expanding Horizons workshop in Fort Worth, Texas with more than 100 U.S. small businesses from over 10 states attending. The events also were highlighted in local media with both The Houston Chronicle and The Fort Worth Star-Telegram publishing op-eds by OPIC President and Chief Executive Officer Elizabeth Littlefield on the important role small businesses can play in the global economy.

OPIC’s Expanding Horizons events are designed to educate U. S. small businesses about the benefits of expanding into emerging markets.

To read the entire Houston Chronicle article titled: “Littlefield: Overseas investments can benefit small businesses in U.S.,” click here or The Fort Worth Star-Telegram article titled: “Texas small businesses should invest abroad,” click here.


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