Trade applications with China move ahead

Trade disagreements and the outbreak of the coronavirus, now officially known as COVID-19, are not keeping Door County from establishing trade with its sister city of Jingdezhen, China.  The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation last year awarded a state grant to the county to aid businesses looking to establish overseas markets.  County Administrator Ken Pabich says all the paperwork on that process is now finished and Door County business owners can move forward.




Pabich says the Door County Economic Development Corporation is expected to soon release the details on how local businesses can apply for help to sell their products in China.

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