CategoryWCIT Policy Priorities
December 12, 2014

WCIT 2014 Year in Review

Often as we grow (professionally, athletically, physically) we don’t realize how far we’ve come until we look at our milestones and compare them to our starting point. Similarly, I didn’t realize how far WCIT had come until I put together our 2014 Year in Review last week. I did a …

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September 22, 2014

Fighting for the Most Important Bank for Washington State Exports: the Ex-Im Bank

If you’ve been following the trade news this summer, you’ve probably witnessed the political wrestling match surrounding the Export-Import Bank, the national export credit agency. Reauthorizing the Ex-Im Bank before its September 30 expiration has been one of WCIT’s top priorities, and we’ve thrown all our energy behind it this …

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June 6, 2014

Cheerleading for Washington’s Trade Priorities

HMT, Ex-Im, TPA 40% of WA jobs Depend on trade! By the time we finished all our meetings with the Washington congressional delegation on our recent WCIT D.C. Fly-In, our pitch on the most pressing trade policy priorities for Washington state began feeling much like a well-practiced cheer. Seventeen WCIT …

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April 3, 2014

TiSA and Services Exports – Sleeping Giant for Washington State Economy

Editor’s Note: WCIT is pleased to welcome our next guest blogger, Michael Messina, Sr. International Trade Consultant for Desh International Law, to the State of Trade blog. WCIT’s guest blogger series features posts by experts on diverse international trade policy issues impacting Washington state’s international competitiveness. We hear a great deal about …

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