Brokers need to serve smaller firms with growing internationalpresence

In the mid-20th century, the largest U.S. corporations began toreach outside the country's borders to sell their products andservices. Later, as the global economy expanded, the use ofinternational parts and labor became a permanent part of theeconomic landscape.

However, for decades a perception existed in the business worldthat only the largest U.S. companies were “truly” global.

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