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Export Incentive Program (EIP) The term 'Export Incentive Program (EIP) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A federal export promotion effort operated by the Foreign Agricultural Service. Assistance is provided to private firms to help them promote brand name food items in overseas markets. EIP is administered as part of the Market Access Program'.
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