International Trade Update
July - August 2006
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In this issue:
NAFTA Partners Lead Strong U.S. Export Growth
Free trade means more trade for the United States. That is a key conclusion drawn from an analysis by the International Trade Administration.
Tourism Marketing Campaign Promotes U.S. Destinations to Japanese Travelers
In support of the $100 billion international travel and tourism industry, the U.S. Department of Commerce, in concert with many private-sector partners, has just launched a campaign in Japan to promote the United States as a tourist destination
Economic Development and Clean Energy Are Twin Goals of Asia-Pacific Partnership
Cleaner and more efficient technologies used to reduce carbon and greenhouse gas emissions can promote economic growth and poverty reduction. The Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate is working to prove this theory.
Short Takes: News from the International Trade Administration
India trade mission updates, CAFTA-DR implemented with Guatemala, Congress passes U.S.-Oman FTA, and Secretary Gutierrez visits Baghdad.
International Trade Calendar
Highlights of upcoming trade events.
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