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November 16, 2021

New Research: The Pacific Northwest Global Trade Hub

By leveraging natural geographic advantages, an international posture and a cutting-edge,diversified economy, the Pacific Northwest has become a leading player in global trade. Jobsand economic growth in both Oregon and Washington are highly dependent on the goods andservices, foreign direct investment, imports, and exports that constitute international trade. View full …

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May 11, 2021

The Washington Port System: Gateways to Growth at Home and Opportunities Abroad

Activities at Washington’s public ports support over 175,000 family-wage jobs. With approximately 40 percent of all jobs tied to international commerce, Washington is the most trade-reliant state in the nation. Geographic advantages including proximity to the Pacific Ocean, natural deep water harbors courtesy of the Puget Sound, and an unparalleled …

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February 25, 2020

Washington State Digital Trade: Barriers and Opportunities

Today’s digital economy is enabling business and society in ways not previously envisioned. In a relatively short time, computer technology leapt from simply being a productivity tool to becoming an essential and accessible hub of social and commercial interaction. The digital economy is reshaping how Washington State companies connect across …

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