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Innovation in the Life Science Community Through Trade

Innovation in the Life Science Community Through Trade

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By Mark Elliot NOTE: This entry originally appeared in the BIO Show Daily on Thursday, June 18, 2015, distributed at the 2015 BIO International Convention. This is a unique time for trade policy in the United States. A renewal of Trade Promotion Authority (TPA), an absolute requirement for any U.S. president to negotiate a trade agreement, is being debated in […]

How the TPP Just Got Sexier

How the TPP Just Got Sexier

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I’ve got news for you, folks. After last week’s election- trade just got sexier. Post-election headlines coalesced around trade policy, dubbing it one of the few areas—if not the single area— where we could see bipartisan engagement in the short term:

Navigating the Global Economy: We’ve Found Your Map

Navigating the Global Economy: We’ve Found Your Map

With the onset of global trade, economies that are oceans apart, both literally and figuratively, are trying to figure out how to navigate the global economy. While some nations appear to be sailing smoothly, others are commandeering rough seas feeling every ebb and flow of development.