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On a foundation crafted by the ancient but sophisticated civilizations of the Olmec, Mayan, Teotihuacan, and Aztec with their magnificent structures and gilded artifacts, Mexico appears to be reclaiming the treasures inherent in its people and the land. Mexico has crossed the threshold into globalization which is dramatically changing the country's economic, political, and social systems making it one of the top six choices for world exports. Maquiladoras, the often state-of-the-art assembly and production plants that have proliferated under NAFTA, have spurred the growth of high tech, motor ...
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Walmartstores.com: New Research Reveals Strong Local Economic ...
– The local business climate in communities throughout California benefits significantly from the presence of Walmart Supercenters, according to a new study released today by the international consulting firm Navigant Consulting, Inc. (NYSE: NCI). “The presence of Walmart Supercenters in any California community enhances as it relates to local revenues and business development,” said Lon Hatamiya, a Director at Navigant Consulting and former Secretary of California’s Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency. “According to the study, Walmart’s benefits are not limited to metropolitan or suburban ... market research, surveys and trends
Commerce Briefs : AsianWeek
SAN FRANCISCO — KTSF Television, the nation’s largest Asian language broadcaster, announced recently that Nielsen Media Research ratings show a significant increase in viewing households during the first three quarters of 2007 over the same period last year. KTSF audience numbers, based on data in the San Francisco Bay Area, reveal that viewers are consuming Asian programming at a rapid pace. The average number of households that watched KTSF prime-time dramas increased 30% over the same period last year, while the average number of households watching KTSF prime-time programs increased 18%. The average number of adult ... market research, surveys and trends

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LAO 2003-04 Budget Analysis: General Government, Technology, Trade ...
The Technology, Trade, and Commerce Agency, created in 1992, is the state's primary economic development entity for promoting the establishment, retention, and expansion of business, employment, infrastructure, and international trade in California. It promotes tourism as well as foreign investment. The agency also has been designated as the entity leading the state's efforts in defense conversion. The agency's 2003-04 proposed budget is substantially lower than in 2001-02. As displayed in Figure 1 (see next page), the Infrastructure Bank is the mainstay of agency spending, remaining fairly constant ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
2001 Budget Analysis: Technology, Trade, and Commerce Agency (2920)
The Technology, Trade, and Commerce Agency, created in 1992, is the state's primary economic development entity for promoting the establishment, retention, and expansion of business, employment, and international trade in California. It promotes tourism and foreign investment as well. The agency also has been designated as the entity leading the state's efforts in defense conversion. The budget proposes expenditures of $331.2 million from various funds, including $100.9 million from the General Fund, for the agency in 2001-02. The total budget is $16.4 million, or 4.7 percent, less than estimated current-year ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Internet freedom and criticized China in a high-profile speech in Washington, D.C. A few weeks later, a Global Internet Freedom Caucus on Capitol Hill was formed . But the Chinese authorities weren't exactly paying attention. Since Clinton's speech, China has reaffirmed its commitment to state censorship, required online map providers to obtain licenses and host their images inside the country, blocked Foursquare, and announced new rules for media companies. Earlier this week, China made Google rethink how it could move some search operations to Hong Kong. If anything, China's Internet restrictions have grown ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Export Control: Higher Fence for a Smaller Yard?
During the Cold War, the U.S. devised a strict export-control regime as a way to keep U.S. technology from falling into Soviet hands. The adversary may be gone, but a labyrinthine licensing process remains in place. That may soon begin to change. In a speech Wednesday on Capitol Hill, James Jones , President Barack Obama �s national security adviser, offered new details on the administration�s proposal to revamp export control. For starters, the administration is calling for a new agency that will consolidate export licensing powers that are currently divided between the Commerce and State departments. In fact, they call it the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Toward a California Trade and Investment Policy
report on the closure of the Technology, Trade and Commerce Agency; and the Bay Area. Economic Forum/BAYTRADE client services report ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Department of Commerce
Following President Barack Obama’s announcement today, U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke held press conference calls with elected officials from Oregon and Vermont to announce American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) investments that will help improve economic opportunity and support job creation in both Vermont and Oregon.  Locke was joined on the conference calls by Vt. Gov. James Douglas, U.S. Sens. Patrick Leahy and Bernard Sanders, and U.S. Rep. Peter Welch from Vermont, and U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, U.S. Reps. Earl Blumenauer, and Kurt Schrader from Oregon. In his remarks earlier today, President Obama ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Global Arms Trade: Commerce in Advanced Military Technology and ...
Global Arms Trade: Commerce in. Advanced Military Technology and. Weapons .... U.S. Defense Security Assistance Agency. U.S. Defense Technology Security ...
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WikiAnswers - Which branch of the government regulates foreign and ...
Because it is oversees international trade. International trade involves trade with other country's. But each state also has a sovereignty of it's own so in a manner of speaking this is also... Does the national or state government conduct foreign policy and regulate commerce ? The federal government deals with foreign policy. The federal government (specifically, Congress) regulates commerce with foreign countries, between the states (interstates) and with Native American... What is interstate commerce ? The Interstate Commerce Commission (or ICC) was a regulatory body in the United States created by the Interstate ...
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