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Glen Brazier, founder and CEO of Mattracks in Karlstad, Minn., listens to Sen. Amy Klobuchar Monday during a hearing about how small businesses can use the federal government to sell products to other countries.

Businesses can make tracks for exports

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EAGAN, Minn. -- If a product dreamed up by an 11-year-old boy and manufactured in a 900-population community known as the Moose Capital of the North can successfully be shipped around the world, other small Minnesota businesses could do the same.

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