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Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo holds introductory call with the Taiwan Minister of Economic Affairs Mei-hua Wang

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Today, under the auspices of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) and the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO), Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo held an introductory call with Taiwan Minister of Economic Affairs Mei-hua Wang. During the meeting, Secretary Raimondo underscored the United States’ support for Taiwan and the importance of the U.S.-Taiwan commercial and...

Come One, Come All: Registration for the 2022 SelectUSA Investment Summit is Now Open!

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As Secretary of Commerce, one of the first events I had the pleasure of hosting was one of the Department’s largest and longstanding – the annual SelectUSA Investment Summit. Organizing a well-known and typically widely attended international summit during a global pandemic seemed like an insurmountable task, but this past June the Department of Commerce rose to the challenge. We safely welcomed...

Registration Open for SelectUSA Investment Summit Taking Place in June at National Harbor

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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo announced today registration is open for SelectUSA’s Annual Investment Summit, which will take place June 26-29, 2022, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. The SelectUSA Investment Summit is the largest event dedicated to promoting foreign direct investment (FDI) in the United States. The summit plays a vital...

Department of Commerce Establishes Industrial Advisory Committee for Microelectronics

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The department is now seeking to recruit top-level candidates to serve on the committee. The U.S. Commerce Department has established a high-level committee to advise the United States government on matters related to microelectronics research, development, manufacturing and policy and is now seeking to recruit top-level candidates to serve on the committee. A formal notice describing the...

Commerce Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

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Spotlight on Commerce highlights members of the Native American community within the U.S. Department of Commerce in honor of National Native American Heritage Month.

This month and every month, we honor the precious, strong, and enduring cultures and contributions of all Native Americans and recommit ourselves to fulfilling the full promise of our Nation together. President Biden
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Encouraging Entrepreneurship Growth Through Commerce Resources

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As entrepreneurship month comes to a close, the Department of Commerce remains laser focused on creating opportunities for entrepreneurs to innovate across the U.S. While the majority of startups are within cities like Boston, New York and San Francisco, we at the Commerce department know that there are untapped sources of innovation within unconventional startup cities. We are committed to...

Dingell, Peters, Raimondo Host Roundtable in Michigan About Semiconductor Chip Shortage

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Today, Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (MI-12) and Senator Gary Peters (MI) hosted U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo and industry, labor, and state and local government partners at the UAW Region 1A in Taylor, Michigan for a roundtable discussion about the semiconductor chip shortage. The roundtable discussion focused on the shortage’s impact on Michigan, especially on auto workers, and how...

Op-ed by Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo and U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai: What new steel and aluminum deals mean for American families

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Steel and aluminum are critical components of the American economy. From cars and trucks to our appliances and beer cans, Americans depend on steel and aluminum for everyday items. Many Americans also rely on the steel and aluminum industries for good-paying jobs. The steel industry supports nearly 2 million Americans who, on average, earn 27% more than the median earnings for men and 58% more...