President Obama’s goal of doubling U.S. exports within five years generated a set of nation-specific marketing plans, according to a senior U.S. trade official.

Francisco Sanchez, undersecretary for international trade at the Commerce Department, said “we are developing commercial engagement strategies for Brazil, India, China, Vietnam, South Africa and other nations” as part of Obama’s National Export Initiative.

“We have developed plans on where we want to be in these markets in five years’ time, including dealing with trade barriers,” Sanchez told the Washington (D.C.) Trade Association in a June 2 speech. 

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