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According to the U.S. International Trade Administration, every billion dollars of exports support more than 5,220 jobs. And every dollar of exports creates an additional $1.14 of economic activity for Colorado citizens. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is vital for the well-being of Colorado ...
According to the U.S. International Trade Administration, every billion dollars of exports supports more than 5,220 jobs. And every dollar of exports creates an additional $1.14 of economic activity for Colorado citizens. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is vital for the well-being of Colorado ...

According to the U.S. International Trade Administration, every billion dollars of exports supports more than 5,220 jobs. And every dollar of exports creates an additional $1.14 of economic activity for Colorado citizens. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is vital for the well-being of Colorado ...
Source: Office of Trade and Economic Analysis, Industry and Analysis, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. Foreign exports are important to Wisconsin, particularly the region from Green Bay to Janesville-Beloit to the Milwaukee metropolitan area. Manufacturing, particularly ...
The problem derives from customs records that incorrectly categorized non-citizens travelling on visas as U.S. residents, according to an April 6 press release from the International Trade Administration's National Travel and Tourism Office. Read more: Fewer tourists are visiting the U.S. under Trump.
The U.S. imported 58,000 passenger cars from China worth $1.5 billion last year, according to the International Trade Administration, a federal agency within the Department of Commerce. That was a fraction of the number of cars the U.S. exported to China: 267,000 passenger vehicles worth $9.9 billion.

Americans have a reputation for being bad at learning languages. Now even fewer of them seem inclined to try. From 2013 to 2016, the number of students at American universities enrolled in foreign language classes fell by over 9%. This does not appear to be just a blip—the overall number has been ...
Oregon's largest export categories to China were $2.1 billion in computer and electronic products, $435 million in machinery and $363 million in transportation equipment, according to the U.S. Commerce Department's International Trade Administration. The state also exported $120 million in waste and ...
Above the forwarded email I sent to my editor in March 2015 were the following remarks: “FYI, FOIAing two databases because they charge $13,000 a piece per year to access them.” Three years later, a federal district court judge says I'm entitled to that data—the only near-comprehensive records of people ...
The databases I seek are maintained by the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration (ITA). They don't just tally U.S. visitors by their origin, but also by age, residency, port of entry, visa type, and initial destination. In a new ruling from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia filed on March 30, ...
Countries in the E.U. that are considering retaliatory tariffs bought $1.1 billion in computer and electronics products from Minnesota in 2017, according to the U.S. International Trade Administration. Minnesota businesses also supplied Europe with $644 million in machinery and nearly $900 million in ...
India is the world's fourteenth-largest steel exporter, exporting 4.9 million tonnes of steel in the financial year to the end of March 2017 worth $3.1 billion, according to figures from the United States International Trade Administration. India's steel exports to the US totalled 900,000 tonnes last year, accounting ...
It's a local effort spearheaded by the Tallahassee-Leon County Office of Economic Vitality in partnership with the International Trade Administration by way of the Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Pensacola U.S. Export Assistance Center. The partnership is a direct result of Tallahassee's participation in an ...
Texas exported more than $16 billion in goods to China in 2017, according to the International Trade Administration. Texas also imported about $89 billion in goods from China that year, says the U.S. Census. In an interconnected world, how does a trade war with China help potential negotiations over ...
Israel's Ministry of Economy and Industry Foreign Trade Administration put in its request for an exemption with the International Trade Administration in the U.S. Department of Commerce, according to sources cited by Globes, on Tuesday. The rationale for an exemption, besides Israel's special relationship ...
Globes reported that Israel is pressing the US administration for an exemption from the high customs duties on aluminum and steel products announced by US President Donald Trump. Sources informed "Globes" that Israel's Ministry of Economy and Industry Foreign Trade Administration asked the ...
Sources inform "Globes" that the Ministry of Economy and Industry Foreign Trade Administration asked the International Trade Administration in the US Department of Commerce to exempt Israel from the restrictions on exports of steel to the US market. Israel's official reason for the request is that its metal ...

The US ranked seventh as a destination for Japan's steel exports, according to the International Trade Administration. US tariffs on steel will cost jobs in its close ally if Japan cannot be exempted. Japan, as well as other US allies, will also be indirect victims of Trump's tariffs and trade-war stance toward ...
When trade with Hong Kong is included, California exported $28.5 billion in products to China in 2017, according to the U.S. Commerce Department's International Trade Administration. Electronic equipment tops the list, although agricultural products rank high as well. At the same time, the state's imports ...
Research by the International Trade Administration and the European Union found that that $1 billion in exports created roughly 6,000 jobs. Chinese IP theft reduced US exports, meaning the United States could have lost thousands of jobs annually. “Lost” is an inaccurate term, since the “net” employment ...
Top exports to China from Maine are paper at $110 million, fish (fresh, chilled, frozen) and other marine products at $57.4 million, and machinery at $14.7 million, according to the U.S. International Trade Administration. “As you can see, many of these items are important to northern Maine, particularly the ...
Yet despite last year's gain — export values grew by just under 1 percent to $21.9 billion — the biggest contributor to those export totals took a sizable plunge in 2017, according to data from the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration. Oregon last year shipped nearly $8.8 billion ...
Congress must be vigilant to ensure the tariffs are enforced, especially since the administration is looking to cut funding for the International Trade Commission and the International Trade Administration that are responsible for administering the tariffs, he said. "On a legal and level playing field, American ...
In order to continue to investigate the trading practices of countries that do no play by our market-based rules, the International Trade Commission (ITC) and International Trade Administration (ITA) under the Department of Commerce need appropriate funding. “I regret that the President cut funding for the ...
He previously worked for the International Trade Administration. He's filling the slot left vacant by Ari Giovenco, who's now at Amazon. — Judy Mayka Stecker will leave the American Enterprise Institute, where she is executive director for media relations and strategic marketing, at the end of the week to join ...
Typically, aggrieved U.S. companies file a formal complaint with the International Trade Administration (ITA), a department within the Department of Commerce, and the International Trade Commission (ITC), an independent quasi-judicial agency. Each agency will assign a highly skilled team of lawyers, ...
He arrives at Commerce at a particularly critical period as the Administration tackles a number of significant trade policy work streams and the International Trade Administration, in particular, faces a huge docket of trade remedies cases. Mr. Kaplan, a trade attorney, brings decades of experience to this role, ...
There were more than ninety-five hundred small and medium-size goods exporters in North Carolina in 2014, and those businesses account for 88 percent of all of the state's exports, according to the International Trade Administration. That means that working-class families and small-scale entrepreneurs ...
In 2006, the International Trade Administration concluded that for each sugar growing and harvesting job saved between 1997 and 2002, three confectionary manufacturing jobs were lost. Sugar quotas even undermined American policy to counter narcotics trafficking. The Central Intelligence Agency ...
Together, those three countries accounted for 38% of U.S. steel imports in 2016, according to the government's International Trade Administration. If South Korea wins an exemption, can Japan, another key ally in the North Korea negotiations, be left out? They're No. 6 on the list. (Brazil and Turkey are the ...
The U.S. Department of Commerce's Enforcement and Compliance unit within the International Trade Administration is responsible for vigorously enforcing U.S. trade laws and does so through an impartial, transparent process that abides by international rules and is based solely on factual evidence.
The Lone Star State led the nation with $264 billion in exports in 2017, according to the International Trade Administration. Of that, about $98 billion in goods went to Mexico and $23 billion to Canada. Texas also exported nearly $34 billion in goods to Europe. Trump has said trade wars are “good” and ...
According to the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration, through the third quarter of last year, the U.S. imports steel from more than 110 countries and territories and the top 10 source countries represented 78 percent of the total steel import volume. Canada, which has been exempted, ...
The value of direct Arizona agricultural exports have more than tripled from $268 million in 1999, the earliest year tracked by the International Trade Administration of the U.S. Commerce Department. Canada and Mexico also were the two top export markets for Arizona agriculture back in the 1990s. NAFTA ...
In terms of specific products, a 2006 International Trade Administration study of U.S. sugar trade barriers found that “[f]or each one sugar growing and harvesting job saved through high U.S. sugar prices, nearly three confectionery manufacturing jobs are lost.” The study also found that sugar trade barriers ...
Last year, China was the 11th-biggest steel exporter to the U.S., according to the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration. China has been accused of flooding the market with cheap exports. Yet steel and aluminum make up less than 3 percent of total U.S. imports, according to Capital ...
There was little opposition: While several members of Congress, local economic development groups and businesses lent letters of support to Limon's foreign trade zone application, no organizations filed comments against the proposal, according to the International Trade Administration, which oversees ...
A comment on this was to be expected, not least because Canada would be the country most affected by the administration's actions. In fact, a December 2017 report by the International Trade Administration noted that Canada leads in steel imports to the U.S., making up 16% of total imports. The Canadian ...
BOSTON -- Massachusetts is taking steps to preserve and expand a growing international export business worth $25.8 billion and supporting about 1 million jobs in the state, making the Greater Boston area the 15th largest source of exports in the U.S., according to the International Trade Administration.
China was mentioned only in broad terms when President Trump announced plans to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. But the country was a major driver behind the action. China makes large amounts of steel and aluminum, flooding the global market with cheap products. That hurts American ...
The U.S. also ranks as the world's largest steel importer, according to International Trade Administration's Global steel Trade Monitor report, importing some 27 million metric tons of steel imported between January and September 2017. Meanwhile, the Commerce Department last last month suggested that ...
Last year, China was the 11th biggest steel exporter to the U.S., according to the Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration. China has been accused of flooding the market with cheap exports. Yet steel and aluminum make up just more than 2 percent of total U.S. imports, according to ...
According to the Commerce Department's International Trade Administration and IHS Global Trade, Canadian and Brazilian steel accounted for 16 percent and 13 percent of U.S. steel imports as of September. Mexico was the fourth-largest source of foreign steel to the U.S., according to the findings.
Top exports to China from Maine are paper at $110 million, fish (fresh, chilled, frozen) and other marine products at $57.4 million, and machinery at $14.7 million, according to the U.S. International Trade Administration. “As you can see, many of these items are important to northern Maine, particularly the ...
Trump's main target in this, China, barely exports any steel to the United States, with America ranking 26th as a destination for Chinese steel imports, according to the International Trade Administration. While there aren't publicly listed steel and aluminum companies in Canada of any significance anymore ...
Doling out anti-dumping duties ranging up to 86 percent on Argentine biodiesel companies and up to 276 percent for Indonesian shippers, Commerce's International Trade Administration effectively closed the book on a sweeping trade case filed nearly a year ago by the National Biodiesel Board. “Today's ...
The Trade Americas conference is hosted by the U.S. Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration. At the conference, companies can participate in one-on-one consultation with U.S. diplomats from the region and then travel to a Caribbean nation for business-to-business meetings based ...
C.) are teaming up on legislation that would help businesses that typically lack enough resources to file cases against alleged trade violators. The permanent task force would fall under the the International Trade Administration (ITA) at Commerce, and would be tasked with identifying and investigating trade ...
Under the proposed legislation, known as the Self-Initiation Trade Enforcement Act, the new Commerce Department task force would independently research trade data and refer abuses for further investigation by the International Trade Administration. Peters and Burr said there would be an emphasis on ...
These include, among others, civil monetary penalties issued under the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), enforced under the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), the Census Bureau's Collection of Foreign Trade Statistics law and the International Trade Administration's Foreign ...


 

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