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    I need to know if there exists any difference between "foreign sales manager" and "international sales manager": Anybody can give me a hand, please? Thank you sooooo much!!!
    Marta

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    Re: difference

    Foreign sales manager: a salesperson who sells abroad, for a company which is domestic. The production may be abroad as well, perhaps even in the same country in which the sales are generated.

    International sales manager: a salesperson who manages sales between different countries. It may be similar to the above, but it could be different in that this person has to know customs brokering for international shipments.

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