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El 17 de diciembre de 2014 el Presidente Obama anunció que Estados Unidos cambiaría su política con respecto a Cuba y avanzaría en dirección a una normalización de las relaciones entre los dos países. A partir de ese anuncio, departamentos y agencias han realizado una serie de cambios en los reglamentos para facilitar el aumento del desarrollo económico en Cuba que continuará empoderando a los...


On December 17, 2014, President Obama announced that the United States would change its policies toward Cuba and move toward normalizing relations between the two countries. Since that announcement, departments and agencies have made a series of regulatory changes to allow for increased economic development in Cuba that will continue to empower the Cuban people and advance our enduring objectives...


The U.S. Department of Commerce has made it a priority to ensure that all U.S. companies have access to the digital economy and can reach global markets. To further this goal Commerce, through the Commercial Service arm of the International Trade Administration, is piloting an expert network of “digital attaches” in its offices in U.S. embassies in key markets to help U.S. firms increase...


Under the President’s leadership, we have turned our economy around and created 14 million jobs. Our unemployment rate is below five percent for the first time in almost eight years. Nearly 18 million people have gained health coverage as the Affordable Care Act has taken effect. And we have dramatically cut our deficits by almost three-quarters and set our Nation on a more sustainable fiscal...


In the days immediately following the State of the Union, Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker and other Cabinet officials are embarking on the “State of the Union: Cabinet In Your Community” road tour to engage Americans in small towns, big cities and Indian country about the advancements the Administration has made on the most important issues facing the American people, as well as the...


As recognized by the joint Presidential Economic Fact Sheet issued during President Xi’s State Visit to the United States: “The United States and China highly value the important role the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) plays in promoting bilateral economic relations and expanding mutually beneficial cooperation.”


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