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A Conversation with Ellen Herbst

What is the management and performance agenda for the U.S. Department of Commerce? How is Commerce working to transform the way it does business? What is Commerce doing to support its employees and reforming its hiring process? 31 more words


Severe Passenger and Light Truck Tire Price Increases Predicted

While the tire industry anticipates the U.S. International Trade Commission’s determination on whether passenger and light truck tires imported from China are harming the domestic industry, tire dealers are waiting it out. 275 more words

GE Aviation readies first 3-D printed jet engine nozzle at Alabama plant, partners with Auburn University

The Alabama Departmentment of Commerce recently featured GE Aviation’s Auburn plant in its online news center:

AUBURN, Alabama — GE Aviation is turning its facility in Auburn into the world’s first factory for 3-D printed jet engine fuel nozzles, landing the Alabama plant a starring role in a technology that promises to revolutionize aerospace manufacturing.

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China Upset About the Tire Tariffs

China’s Commerce Ministry criticized the U.S. for imposing duties on certain passenger and light truck tires imported from the country, according to Reuters. The ministry called the move “unreasonable” and harmful to world trade. 219 more words

DOC Affirms Import Tariff Rates, Will Increase Prices for Nearly All Tire Makers

The U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC) has affirmed its determination that certain passenger and light truck tires imported from China have benefited from market-distorting moves and unfair subsidies. 832 more words

Most Of New England Lagged US Economic Growth In '14

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The federal government says economic growth last year in Massachusetts and New Hampshire outpaced the expanding national economy, while the rest of New England fell below national gains. 115 more words


Dayton Vetoes Agriculture-Environment And Jobs-Energy Bills

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP/WCCO) — Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed two major budget bills ahead of a Saturday night deadline for final action on measures that passed before the end of the legislative session, but he proposed a temporary tax cut in return for a scaled back version of his proposal for universal preschool for all 4-year-olds. 646 more words