Economic and Business Issues

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April 30, 2013

U.S.-Mexico Dialogue Expands Economic Cooperation

The United States and Mexico share many similar interests and concerns. We are also at a very special state in… more
April 26, 2013

World Intellectual Property Day: Creativity and the Next Generation

Today, April 26, marks World Intellectual Property Day. April 26 was chosen as the date for World Intellectual Property Day,… more
April 16, 2013

California and China Bolster Economic Ties and Cooperation

Today, California Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. concluded a highly successful trade and investment mission to China in the port… more
March 30, 2013

Celebrating Women's Empowerment in the Western Hemisphere

When we talk about promoting women's empowerment in the Western Hemisphere, we are talking about empowerment in all aspects of… more
March 27, 2013

Secretary Kerry Visits France -- America’s Oldest Ally

Secretary Kerry's visit to France was the last stop before returning to the United States after a busy and productive… more
March 27, 2013

Building a Network of African Women Entrepreneurs

Cape Verdean African Women Entrepreneurs Program alumnae hosted female entrepreneurs from across the continent of Africa and established the AWEP… more
March 25, 2013

Reviving the Call to Action of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

Promotion of fundamental labor rights and safe workplaces is a core U.S. value. Over one hundred years ago, on this… more
March 13, 2013

Why South Asia Matters

Assistant Secretary Robert O. Blake Jr. outlines why South Asia is such a critical component of U.S. foreign policy, focusing… more


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Christmas in Kabul

Michael Williams is a Presidential Management Fellow on rotation from the Office of Weapons Removal and Abatement to U.S. Embassy… more