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- Full Issue in PDF
- Trade Delegation to China Sees Opportunities, Challenges in the Clean-Energy Sector
- A Prosperous Trading Partner Looks for U.S. Products and Know-How
- Building a Prosperous and Sustainable Future for the Americas
- Short Takes
- Trade Calendar
- Featured Trade Event: Trade Mission to Iraq
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Trade Delegation to China Sees Opportunities, Challenges in the Clean-Energy Sector
Representatives from 24 U.S. businesses in the clean-energy sector visited China in May and participated in the administration’s first cabinet-level business development mission, led by Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke. They experienced firsthand the many opportunities—and numerous challenges—that await them in this burgeoning market.
A Prosperous Trading Partner Looks for U.S. Products and Know-How
Qatar, a Middle Eastern country with nearly 1 million inhabitants, is a stop on a trade mission this month led by Francisco Sánchez, under secretary for international trade. According to Dao Le, senior commercial officer in Qatar for the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service, the country offers a vibrant, growing market that holds many opportunities for U.S. businesses.
Building a Prosperous and Sustainable Future for the Americas
The fourth Americas Competitiveness Forum, which is a unique gathering of representatives from market-based economies throughout the Western Hemisphere, is scheduled to take place November 2010 in Atlanta, Georgia.
- Meeting, Memorandum Signal Continued U.S.–Russian Commercial Engagement
- Roundtable Looks at Green Finance Trends and Challenges
- Partners Commit to Outreach in Support of National Export Initiative
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