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The Month in Trade: January 18 2013

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American Jobs and Growth Agenda, Part 4: Expanding American Trade, Investment, and Tourism by Sean Hackbarth

U.S. Chamber President and CEO Tom Donohue mentioned an important statistic in his State of American Business address: Ninety-five percent of all people live outside the United States. "We need to go sell them something," he quipped. 

Expanded trade, increased energy exports, more foreign investment, and tourism are opportunities for economic growth and jobs. In this post I will touch on this part of the U.S. Chamber's American Jobs and Growth Agenda.

In Global Commerce's Wild West, There's a New Sheriff in Town, by Patrick Kilbride, Terri O'Connor

It's a brave, new, global world for business. Plenty of opportunity; plenty of risk. As e-commerce, free trade agreements, and modern infrastructure have opened the world's markets, many companies have found that on the frontiers of trade there are not always a lot of rules. And where rules exist, they are not always enforced.

Cut Red Tape by Improving US-EU Regulatory Cooperation, by Adam Schlosser

What could be a better way to start the new year than with a commitment to work toward greater shared economic growth and job creation? The United States and European Union enjoy the world's largest commercial relationship where billions of dollars worth of additional benefits can be gained through completion of a comprehensive trade and investment agreement. For this reason, a commitment to begin negotiations is at the top of industry's wish list for 2013.

**Visit the Investment Policy Central website for investment updates including the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States Annual Report to Congress -December 2012.**

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