Today, Brooklyn-made products are exported to countries all over the world, from Canada and Brazil to Saudi Arabia and Japan. But before that was possible, America’s fourth largest city had to reinvent its manufacturing industry. Throughout the 1970s, '80s and '90s, the urban economy of Brooklyn, as in many other cities, was shattered. There was massive population loss and an exodus of...


When President Obama recently signed Trade Promotion Authority and Trade Adjustment Assistance into law, it marked a victory for bipartisanship, for common sense, and, most importantly, for American businesses and our workers. By continuing to engage with trading partners throughout the world, we are ensuring that the U.S. does not cede ground in the race for economic and job growth — and we are...


The beautiful city of Orlando hosted the U.S. Travel Association's annual IPW Bringing the World to America marketplace this week. IPW is the world's largest travel and tourism trade show. Over the past few days, 1,350 potential international customers met with 1,100 American companies and bought approximately $4.7 billion dollars in products and services such as helicopter rides over...


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