Tori Whiting in The Daily Signal: Why We’re Falling Behind in World Trade

Why We’re Falling Behind in World Trade (originally published in The Daily Signal) By Tori Whiting, Research Assistant in the Center for Trade and Economics at The Heritage Foundation You may not know it, but May is World Trade Month.

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Steve Lamar in The Hill: Imports work for America

Imports work for America (originally published in The Hill) By Steve Lamar, Executive Vice President, American Apparel & Footwear Association To paraphrase Milton Friedman and Richard Nixon, we are all importers now. How do I know? Chances are you are

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The Importance of Renewing GSP

The Importance of Renewing GSP By Dan Anthony, Executive Director, Coalition for GSP All week we’ve been discussing the importance of GSP for American jobs, families, manufacturing, and global development as part of the 5th Annual Imports Work week. These

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The Importance of Imports: The “To Do” List

The Importance of Imports: The “To Do” List By John Murphy, Senior Vice President, International Affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce We’ve been celebrating “Imports Work for America” week (see earlier posts on what imports mean for American jobs, families, manufacturing,

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GSP Importers Go Above and Beyond to Promote Global Development

GSP Importers Go Above and Beyond to Promote Global Development By Dan Anthony, Executive Director, Coalition for GSP While we generally focus on the benefits to U.S. companies of the GSP program, it is important to remember that sourcing from

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The Importance of Imports to Global Development

The Importance of Imports to Global Development By John Murphy, Senior Vice President, International Affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce We’ve been celebrating “Imports Work for America” week (see earlier posts on what imports mean for American jobs, families, and manufacturing).

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GSP Imports Help American Manufacturers Compete

GSP Imports Help American Manufacturers Compete By Dan Anthony, Executive Director, Coalition for GSP Discussions about trade often present a false dichotomy: if exports are good and then imports must be bad. This oversimplified view lends itself to policy prescriptions

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TPP: Three ways it can transform American lives and trade

TPP: Three ways it can transform American lives and trade By Jon Gold, Vice President, Supply Chain and Customs Policy, National Retail Federation Global trade is an essential part of any U.S. retailer’s business. Trade benefits more than the retail

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The Importance of Imports to U.S. Manufacturing

The Importance of Imports to U.S. Manufacturing By John Murphy, Senior Vice President, International Affairs, U.S. Chamber of Commerce We’re halfway through “Imports Work for America” week (see earlier posts on imports and jobs and how imports help American families

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American Families Benefit from GSP Imports – Even If They Don’t Know It

American Families Benefit from GSP Imports – Even If They Don’t Know It By Dan Anthony, Executive Director, Coalition for GSP One of the great benefits of trade, and imports specifically, is that individuals can reap the rewards without taking

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