One of the bigger economic issues under debate right now is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the multilateral trade deal that would include most countries in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the United States.
The Exchange is a four-year learning and action network that will develop and implement regional strategies to boost global trade and investment, forge new partnerships between U.S. and international metropolitan areas, and create a network to advocate for state and national policy changes. The Exchange enables leaders to act on the ideas and collaborations generated by GCI’s research and forums, resulting in more globally-oriented metropolitan areas and an evolution in economic growth policy and practice.
San Diego isn’t up to par when it comes to foreign direct investment and international exports. While the region has the 17th-largest economy in the country, it comes in at 61st for export intensity and 49th for percentage of jobs in foreign-owned firms.
A newly completed study on the impact of the port tidelands found that the operations represented a $7.6 billion economic output and 58,000 jobs in the San Diego region in calendar year 2013 - the latest full year available.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement gives America the greatest opportunity to change these rules and level the playing field for American workers by putting in place tough new standards on labor, the environment, and in other areas that will make TPP the most progressive trade deal the world has ever seen.
The San Diego Chapter of The Aerospace and Defense Forum will host a panel entitled "Cross-Border Opportunities in Mexican Aerospace" on March 24 at 5 p.m. at the offices of Sheppard Mullin on Camino Real in San Diego.
There has been much press about the growth in U.S. exports. And for good reason. Nearly 95 percent of the world’s consumers live outside the United States and approximately 74 percent of the global commerce now occurs abroad. In turn, American companies that become exporters often grow faster, hire more employees, and benefit the U.S. economy to a greater extent.
Filed under: Global Economy, International Trade, U.S. Government, Economy, This Built America *Getty Images* Since 2009, the United States export industry has added 1.8 million positions, according to a Commerce Department statement released Wednesday. In 2014, the.. • Markets • One News Page: Thursday, 5 March 2015
Increasing sales volume by 8.8 percent in 2014, some industry sectors fare better than others for off-shore shipping. It was a record year for Arizona, and the U.S. Department of Commerce highlights the top exporting industrial segments.
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