Category Archives: 2012 presidential election

The Most Viewed Posts in 2012

International Trade Examiner’sĀ top three posts that received the most views for 2012 were: 1 President Obama announces new trade enforcement agency January 2012 2 Cuba: Economic reform and foreign trade policy April 2012 3 U.S. trade deficit has grown, candidate … Continue reading

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2012 in Review

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International Trade Examiner is looking forward to the new year, especially after having a wonderful year in 2012. Here areĀ International Trade Examiner’s accomplishments in 2012: Awards Nominated for the International Studies Blogging Award in the Most Promising New Blog category … Continue reading

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President Obama Re-elected: What this means for the pursuit of free trade agreements

After all of the talk about China’s currency manipulation, expanding U.S. trade, signing new free trade agreements, investing in U.S. manufacturing and fair trade during the election cycle, the 2012 presidential election is finally over. President Barack Obama has been … Continue reading

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2012 in review on election day

International Trade Examiner covered the Republican primaries and examined the positions of the presidential candidates in the 2012 presidential elections. It will be interesting to see the final outcome and what that will mean for U.S. trade policy and our … Continue reading

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President Obama’s record on international trade

This week, International Trade Examiner asks: What is President Obama’s record on international trade? President Obama has taken a number of steps to boost productivity, increase exports, protect U.S. workers and push for fair trade practices. Check out this week’s … Continue reading

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