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Dr. Jackson to Speak at Redondo Beach Rotary Club Today

The rhetoric against U.S. free trade deals, such as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), has increased during this year’s presidential debates. For example, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shifted her support away from the TPP once the deal was complete. … Continue reading

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2016 U.S. Presidential Candidates on International Trade

by Natalie Hatour With the New York primaries having just ended, the five remaining U.S. presidential candidates continue their campaigns as they prepare for the next big round of primaries on June 7, 2016 (covering California, Montana, New Jersey, New … Continue reading

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International Trade is a Top Issue in Today’s South Carolina Primary

Voters in South Carolina are voting for who they think should be the nominee for each political party in this year’s presidential election. International trade is among the top issues for South Carolinian voters, since it is a state that … Continue reading

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The link between trade and security

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International trade has been promoted by the Obama administration as key to promoting economic growth and development. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has recently tied trade to the issue of security along the Silk Route. In a May 2 CNN … Continue reading

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Hope for U.S. Colombia FTA same time as the new commerce secretary is announced

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a positive signal towards the approval the U.S. Colombia Free Trade Agreement. Interestingly enough, this statement came the same day that President Obama announced his selection for new commerce secretary, John Bryson, … Continue reading

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