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NPR Interviews Ed Dorian – The Impact of a Lower Euro Currency on Exports and World Trade

NPR Interviews Ed Dorian – The Impact of a Lower Euro Currency on Exports and World Trade

NPR Interviews Ed Dorian – The Impact of a Lower Euro Currency on Exports and World Trade

The interview with Ed Dorian, CEO of Dorian Drake International, was part of a broader report by NPR’s Marketplace on “How inflation heightens food insecurity for members of the U.S. military. Ed Dorian was invited to provide insight on how the Euro being on par with the US dollar affects exports and world trade. Click to listen below!

 

The interview aired on July 13, 2022 by NPR Marketplace host David Brancaccio.

To hear the full NPR Marketplace report, go to:

https://www.marketplace.org/shows/marketplace-morning-report/how-inflation-heightens-food-insecurity-for-members-of-the-u-s-military/

 

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Dorian Drake International is an innovative leader in the field of export management, providing manufacturers with a full-service alternative to staffing and managing their own export department. The firm’s mission is to build world-class international distribution for leading manufacturers in select industries. To learn more about how Dorian Drake can assist with export sales, get to know more About Us!

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