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President Trump’s tax plan will make our tax code more simple and fair, and help American business stay competitive. Accomplishing these objectives will lead to increased economic growth, and, most importantly, better jobs for the American worker. Our nation’s 3.6 million truckers will directly benefit from middle class tax cuts, and will benefit further from the growth spurred by corporate tax...

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If you had told me ten years ago that in October of 2017 I would be traveling across the United States educating children and adults alike on how important intellectual property (IP) protection is for the development of our youth and nation, I would have laughed you out of the room.

Oct062017

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On Manufacturing Day, we celebrate the wide range of skills and occupations of workers in the manufacturing industry. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, one in 10, or 15.4 million, U.S. workers in the civilian workforce had jobs in the manufacturing industry in 2016, making everything from cars to food. What do we know about people who work in manufacturing?

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I’m a lead economist specializing in public policy within the Office of the Chief Economist in the Economics and Statistics Administration, and I joined the Commerce Department in 1995.  Currently, I lead a team of five economists who focus on areas that are critical to our nation’s competitiveness such as emerging technologies like autonomous vehicles.

Oct052017

Today, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced affirmative preliminary determinations in the antidumping duty (AD) investigations on silicon metal, finding that exporters from Australia, Brazil, and Norway have sold this merchandise in the United States at rates ranging from 20.79 percent, 56.78 percent to 134.92 percent, and 3.74 percent, respectively at less than fair value.

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