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Elsewhere on the Internet: Border crossing

Hurray! I finally got a chance to peruse my Winter issue of Render: Feminist Food & Culture Quarterly–or, more accurately, to read it cover to cover on my commute two days this week. 539 more words

Elsewhere On The Internet

Export-Import Bank should go.

In the Register today, 1/30/2015, Daryl Bouwkamp, with the Vermeer Corp., advocated that the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) be reauthorized by Congress to help exporters, such as Vermeer Corp.   169 more words

Roundup 1-30-2015

Hillsborough County Schools – A Glimpse Into the Future

The big news last week involved the removal of the superintendent of the Hillsborough County Schools.  There was a consistent theme in the coverage: 5,090 more words

Economic Development

Textile and Apparel in the 2015 US Trade Policy Agenda

Two hearings were held on January 27 where US Trade Representative Michael Froman testified before the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways & Means Committee on the 2015 US Trade Policy Agenda. 943 more words

International Trade

Incoterms - a Short Summary

The shipping of hand painted ceramics from Spain to the States involves a lot of work.  First there are quite a lot of details to sort out in the production, packaging and labeling, and then once everything is ready to go the paperwork starts.  1,236 more words

Spanish Pottery

Business Insights: Starting an Import/Export Business

Looking to expand your business horizons?  International Trade via adding import or export to your business may be the key.  Here are some basic steps to get started: 81 more words

Business Articles

It's all instructor's fault.

A simple question on comparative advantage.

Canada produces 50 lumbers and 50 clothes and China produces 20 lumbers and 20 clothes at autarky. If they completely specialize in one good, Canada will produce 200 lumbers and China will produce 40 clothes. 394 more words

Economics