February 25, 2013

What’s WCIT Going to Talk About In 2013?

Those of you who are loyal readers of the State of Trade blog often wonder what topics you’ll see in this space. Will we be discussing port competitiveness? (Yes!) What about a potential EU-U.S. trade and investment partnership? (You know it!) 2013 is going to be a busy year of …

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February 23, 2012

Washington Needs an NBA Team to be Competitive in International Trade

Well, there’s a blog post title that puts my thesis out there clearly and succinctly. Much better than some of my rejected ideas, like “Washington Drives to the Hoop in International Trade” or “You Can’t Travel Without Traveling.” (That last one especially doesn’t work because they don’t call “traveling” in …

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December 28, 2011

State of Trade’s Top Ten for 2011

As 2011 slowly makes its way to conclusion, it’s always a great time to look back and reflect on highs and lows for the year that was. And here at the State of Trade blog, we especially like to look back on the highs because, hey, there were so many …

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November 24, 2011

2011 Trade Conference a Success!

I tried to think of a clever title for this blog post celebrating Monday’s fantastic and SOLD OUT Washington Trade Conference, but I’m so out of practice. My last few posts have all been Trade Conference advertisements like the uncleverly -but accurately – titled “JUST ANNOUNCED: Canadian Trade Minister to …

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September 28, 2011

Come and Visit! (Bring Money.)

In my last post on WCIT’s policy priorities – cleverly titled, as always – I mentioned that today’s post would be focused on visa reform. No, not credit cards…I’m talking about entry visas into the United States from places like China, India and Brazil. This is a huge issue for …

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