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Department of Commerce Lowers Anti-Dumping Tariffs on Tires

DOC lowers anti-dumping tariffs
For the second time, the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) is admitting to significant ministerial errors in calculating the tariffs on imports of certain passenger vehicle and light truck tires from China. 340 more words

End Business Subsidies

By Chris Edwards and Tad DeHaven – Re-Blogged From http://www.CATO.org


The mission of the Department of Commerce is to “foster, promote, and develop the foreign and domestic commerce” of the United States. 2,259 more words

GDP & Employment

The Tire Tariff Tug-of-War is coming

Asking a tire dealer how business is going is something like playing the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game. How many questions does it take for dealers to mention the tire tariff? 539 more words

Cato Suggested Commerce Cuts

By Chris Edwards and Tad DeHaven – Re-Blogged From http://www.downsizinggovernment.org and http://www.CATO.org Department of Commerce -Proposed Spending Cuts

Department of Commerce business subsidies should be abolished, including technology subsidies, handouts to fishermen, and minority business aid. 278 more words

GDP & Employment

Georgia exports reach $39.4 billion in 2014, hit new record

WASHINGTON (WJCL) – Merchandise exports from Georgia hit $39.4 billion in 2014, reaching a new record. Georgia’s exports in 2014 helped the U.S. achieve a record high for goods and services exports: $2.35 trillion. 701 more words


The importance of SCRM's role in connection to FITARA

What is FITARA?

The Federal Information Technology Acquisition Reform Act (FITARA) gives government agency CIOs greater authority in the information technology acquisition process. This includes increased responsibilities for planning, programming, budgeting, executing, reporting, managing, governing, and overseeing IT investments. 496 more words

The Seven Lessons of Successful Exporters

It’s easier than ever to sell a product or service to a buyer in another country. Mega-trade agreements now being negotiated, which will knit together buyers and sellers in the U.S., Asia and Europe and make selling to a customer in Singapore or São Paulo almost as easy as to a customer in Seattle. 1,383 more words