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A Two Way Street: The Benefits of Free Trade

by Leticia Phillips on Oct 31, 2011

The past few weeks have been busy for the international trade market – especially the ethanol sector. For starters, the United States solidified its new position as the world’s largest ethanol exporter. American corn growers successfully lobbied Congress to pass a handful of free trade agreements that open new markets for greater export opportunities. And finally, more than 100 Brazilian sugarcane processors registered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to start providing Americans with cleaner, advanced renewable fuel. Read More

Getting More Bang for our Buck out of Trade Policy

by Leticia Phillips on Oct 19, 2011

At a time when Americans are looking to squeeze the last penny out of every drop of income and when our Congressional leaders are cutting budget everywhere they can, the International Trade Commission (ITC) gave the United States some very good news. And the timing couldn’t have been any better. Read More

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