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International Trade Update

International Trade Update Masthead

June 2007

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In this issue:

More Than 900 Gather in Atlanta for Americas Competitiveness Forum
Government officials, business leaders, and academics from 30 countries in the Western Hemisphere discussed how to accelerate hemispheric prosperity at an event organized by the Department of Commerce.

Trade Winds Forum Explores Export Opportunities in Africa, Europe, and India
Nearly 300 companies participated in a two-day forum organized by the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service in Crystal City, Virginia, this May that was designed to help U.S. businesses identify business prospects in key markets.

Allies and Partners: Azerbaijan, Turkey, and the United States
Strengthening the economic relationship with two important allies in the Caspian region was the purpose of a recent visit by Deputy Secretary of Commerce David A. Sampson to Azerbaijan and Turkey.

Commerce Preliminarily Finds Dumping of Coated Free Sheet Paper
After a preliminary determination by the Commerce Department’s Import Administration, U.S. importers of glossy paper from China, Indonesia, and South Korea are posting cash deposits or bonds.

Short Takes—News from the International Trade Administration:

  • United States and China Look for Solutions to Long-Term Economic Problems
  • U.S.–India Trade, Capital Investment Subjects of Recommendations from President’s Export Council
  • Applications Sought for Market Development Cooperator Program

International Trade Calendar
Highlights of upcoming trade events.

E Awards Ceremony at White House Honors 11 U.S. Exporters


International Trade Update is published monthly by the Office of Public Affairs of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s International Trade Administration. A subscription service is available to receive notification by e-mail when new issues are published.

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