Trade Communications researches and publishes custom reports, guides, position papers, and white papers to educate audiences on global business and economic issues.
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Distributed to Members of Congress by Rep.
David Dreier (R-CA) and Rep. Cal Dooley (D-CA). See their letter
on page 2.
As U.S. employment increases,
manufacturing jobs continue to fall. Many blame this trend on international
trade, especially rising imports and worldwide sourcing. But careful analysis reveals that imports and global sourcing
are not the cause of the decline in the manufacturing sector.
Presented in a question and answer format, this publication
cuts through volumes of misinformation and provides an understanding
of the impact trade and globalization have on workers, companies and communities
in the United States and abroad.
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Produced on behalf of the Business Roundtable and goTRADE
New York, International Trade Benefits New York provides analysis
on the importance of trade to New York State and its major
The report generated more than 20 articles in newspapers in
New York state, including The New York Times, and its analysis
was cited on the House floor by Rep. Tom Reynolds (R-NY) immediately
prior to the September 27, 2002 vote on Trade Promotion Authority.
The Future of Cargo
Security and How Supply Chain Manager Must Prepare provides the essential steps.
executives and public relations professionals the valuable tools they need to better
communicate difficult corporate decisions.
Study demonstrates the importance of exports and foreign markets to the Louisiana economy.
report demonstrates the importance of exports and foreign markets to the Kansas economy.
report demonstrates the importance of exports and foreign markets to the Oklahoma economy.
requested by Governor Pataki (R-NY) for
use during a National Governors Association White House
breakout session with the Secretary of Commerce and U.S. Trade
on New York
on the Normal Trade Relations status
(formerly Most Favored Nation) and Permanent Normal Trade
on granting President Clinton
Fast Track Negotiating Authority.
on the GATT Uruguay Round Agreements.
on the North American
Free Trade Agreement.
on the Global Economy, the
United States, Mexico, and Investment.
on the Global
Economy, the United States,
Mexico, and Energy.
NAFTA and the Peso Crisis Impact
Mexico's Economy and Food Industry.
on Mexico, its Financial Sectors and the Consumer Credit Insurance
to the United States.