Wachovia’s International Division has entered into an agreement with eTraderoom to make a Web-based service available that will simplify international trade for middle-market customers. The Wachovia-eTraderoom agreement provides middle-market businesses access, via a secure Web-based location, to a range of information and resources required for cross-border trade, according to the bank. ‘By adding the eTraderoom product to the suite of services we already offer our middle-market customers, we are arming them with many of the resources they require to navigate international trade,’ said Mike Schmittlein, Managing Director in the International Division’s Global Trade Services Group. ‘
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