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What TTIP Will Mean for: Indiana

I’ve traveled to historic Philadelphia and bustling New York City to showcase the potential impacts of international trade at the local level in the United States. Now, it’s time to hit the road again to explore what progressive trade policy can do for the millions of Americans who live in between our coasts. A ...

What TTIP Will Mean for: Germany

A version of this post appeared on LillyPad EU.

It’s time for another stop on our “TTIP World Tour!” We’ve travelled together in recent weeks to explore how the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will impact people and ...

World Trade Month 2016 In Review

All good things must come to an end – even World Trade Month 2016! Over the course of the past several weeks, we’ve put the spotlight on global trade and some of the ways it can make our lives happier and healthier. In case you missed parts of our coverage, here are  a few of the highlights from the ...

TTIP's Industrial Footprint

Why are we so passionate about trade? Well, because the opportunities it presents are truly limitless.

Small Business, Big Impact

Small businesses form the backbone of many of today’s thriving national economies. In fact, more than 99% of businesses operating in the U.S. and EU today qualify as small and medium ...

What TTIP Will Mean for: Pennsylvania

Today, I have my eye on a state that’s home to urban hubs and rural farm towns, to world-class universities and key industrial centers. In many ways, this state provides a glimpse into the commercial, cultural and even geographical diversity of the U.S. as a whole! So, naturally, it’s the perfect location to showcase the many ways the ...

IP – The Key to Discovery?

Discovery is a game of trial and error. It took Thomas Edison more than a year to create the first commercially viable light bulb. Alexander Graham Bell 

TTIP Meets the Big Apple

A version of this post appeared on LillyPad.

Almost exactly a year to the day since the previous meetings in New York, the Transatlantic Trade and ...

On World Health Day, Keep Trade in Mind

 

Trade brings economic vitality, increased employment and a higher quality of goods and services with lower price tags. But an often overlooked benefit of free trade is the expansion of the global medical community and the ability to treat patients around the world. I can’t think of a better opportunity to explore some of the ways trade can ...

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