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What You Should Know About IPEC Nominee Vishal Amin

What You Should Know About IPEC Nominee Vishal Amin

Intellectual property (IP) industries – 81 to be exact – have a much greater influence on our economy than most Americans probably realize. According to the latest Department of Commerce report, IP impacts more than 45 million jobs and accounts for almost 40 percent of U.S. GDP. These numbers represent the many Americans that criminals […]

Make Sure Americans Get the Real Deal on Meds

Make Sure Americans Get the Real Deal on Meds

When Americans purchase medication for themselves or a loved one, the last thing they should worry about is whether they are getting what they paid for. Or whether it might actually harm them. Yet the public has reason to be alarmed should new drug importation legislation backed by Senator Bernie Sanders make its way into […]

The Engine of American Small Business

The Engine of American Small Business

To the American innovation ecosystem, and the American innovation economy, small business is anything but small. Small businesses employ over 47 percent of the private-sector workforce and create 64% of new jobs. They generate 46% of private-sector output and account for 98% of all identified exporters. In short, they’re an engine of growth unmatched by […]

U.S. Chamber Welcomes USTR Special 301 Report

U.S. Chamber Welcomes USTR Special 301 Report

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Chamber Executive Vice President of the Global Intellectual Property Center Mark Elliot issued the following statement in response to release of the 2017 Special 301 Report by the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR): “American companies must be able to operate in a free and fair trading environment that respects the intellectual […]

Boosting the Business of American Innovation

Boosting the Business of American Innovation

See our ad as featured in National Journal Daily. This article was originally published in Morning Consult on April 26, 2017. Despite continued political debates, most Americans today would agree that the U.S. remains an economic and innovative power player on the world stage. But how did we get here?  And how do we go about maintaining […]