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Helping your Business in the European Union

There are more than 500 million consumers in the European Union's 28 Member States.

The U.S. Commercial Service at the United States Mission to the European Union (CSEU) is uniquely positioned to support your company's efforts to meet this market's challenges and seize its opportunities.

The CSEU office works to resolve market access barriers that impede U.S. commercial activities in Europe through proactive monitoring of European legislation. In addition to assisting companies/industries experiencing with specific issues, CSEU identifies and works to reduce technical barriers to trade such as technical regulations and standards, product standards and testing, and certification procedures that hamper U.S. exports.

Interested in an internship with the U.S. Commercial Service at the USEU?

Are you interested in becoming a Commercial Service Officer?

If you are looking for information on the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), the EU’s Food Import Requirements, Issues related to EU and U.S. Agriculture, or similar information, please visit www.usda-eu.org.




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