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Apr112016

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I am excited to announce that President Obama will deliver the keynote address on the first day of the 2016 SelectUSA Investment Summit on Monday, June 20, here in Washington, D.C. The President’s participation underscores our Administration’s deep commitment to bringing new job-creating investment to the United States.

Apr112016

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Liberty Pumps started exporting outside of North America toward the end of 2010. Today, we export to Mexico, Central America, Caribbean, and most LATAM countries. We also export to North Korea, Philippines, China and Vietnam. We have recently begun to export to several EU countries including Sweden, UK, the Netherlands, and Spain.

Apr082016

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This week, the Economic Development Administration (EDA) brought together approximately 800 regional and local economic development professionals, non-profit and private partners, and federal, state, tribal and local officials to explore issues to improving competitiveness, job growth, innovation and overall quality of life in communities at their recent 2016 National Conference in Washington, D.C

Apr082016

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On April 11, the topic of “smart fabrics” will be front and center in a new and exciting way. The Industrial Fabrics Association International, America’s oldest and largest textile industry trade support association, will partner with the United States Department of Commerce to co-host the first-ever “Smart Fabrics Summit” in our nation’s capital.

Apr082016

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President Obama’s visit will mark the first appearance by a U.S. President and coincide with the United States’ debut as a partner country. And the U.S. delegation, led by Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker, will be its largest ever, featuring more than 400 companies, economic development organizations, and research institutions.

Apr072016

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Because international sales make up more than half of our activity, exporting has been integral in the success of our business. Without our international operations, our company would not survive. Even though we are a very small company, we are very active internationally. We believe that companies that can effectively compete domestically and also compete internationally.

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