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Remarks by Deputy Secretary of Commerce Karen Dunn Kelley at the Manufacturing Extension Partnership Summit

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Thank you, Walt, for that kind introduction, and thank you all for joining us today. This year’s summit theme is The United State of Manufacturing, and I particularly like this theme for two distinct reasons. First, it’s a description of this room: manufacturing leaders from every corner of our nation representing a wide variety of industries and 14 of our world-class universities. Second, the...

Remarks By Secretary Wilbur Ross at the Privacy Shield Framework, Third Annual Review

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Thank you, Jim, for that kind introduction. Good morning everyone, and welcome to the Third Annual Joint Review of the EU – U.S. Privacy Shield Framework. Thank you, Director-General Astola — and the entire European delegation — for making the trans-Atlantic trip to discuss Privacy Shield and our shared commitment to protecting personal data. Commissioner Jourova was called to meetings with...

Remarks By Secretary Wilbur Ross at the Minority Business Development Agency's Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week

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Thank you, Henry, for that kind introduction. And thank you for the work that you and your team are doing at MBDA to support not just minority businesses, but the economic development of our entire country. Thank you, also, to the Milken Institute and to Mintz for co-hosting this event. The Milken Institute has been instrumental in driving a constructive national dialogue and agenda for growing...

Remarks by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross at the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB) Reception & Dinner in Ankara, Turkey

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Thank you for that kind introduction. It is my pleasure to be with all of you in Turkey. We arrived in Istanbul last Friday, where we had meetings with American and Turkish companies, and government ministers, and we took time over the weekend to tour the city. This has been a great country over the millennia, and it remains so today. The culture, the energy, the dynamism — they are apparent...

Remarks by Deputy Secretary of Commerce Karen Dunn Kelley at the Spectrum Policy Symposium

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Thank you Diane for that kind introduction and good morning. On behalf of Secretary Ross, who is currently wrapping up an overseas trip to Turkey and Greece, I am very pleased to kick-off NTIA’s second annual spectrum symposium. We created this forum for you, our stakeholders – from both inside and outside the government – to discuss how our nation should manage radiofrequency spectrum. Everyone...

Remarks by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross at American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Athens, Greece

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Introduced by AmCham Greece President Nikos Bakatselos Thank you, Nikos for the kind introduction, and the opportunity to meet with you and fellow AmCham members. I am pleased to be back in Greece almost a year to the day from my attending last year’s Thessaloniki International Fair. A lot has happened since then, including the formation of a new government, and highly successful bond offerings on...

Remarks by U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross at Merit Medical Systems in Salt Lake City, Utah

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Introduced by Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert Thank you, Governor Herbert, for that kind introduction. It is my honor to be here with Vice President Pence and Governor Herbert, and with the Medical Merit Systems’ workforce and CEO Fred Lampropoulos. It is also a pleasure to be with Sen. Romney; Congressman Bishop; and the peerless, Senator Hatch. Utah has always been well represented in Washington,...

Remarks by Commerce Secretary Wilbur L. Ross at Elite Well Services in Artesia, New Mexico

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Introduced by Claire Chase, Member of Elite Well Services ’ Board of Directors Thank you, Claire, for that kind introduction. It is my honor to be here with Vice President Pence and with a company doing so much to improve the fortunes of so many people in New Mexico and throughout America. You are providing the country with the energy independence that has eluded us since the first Arab Oil...