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Commerce Secretary: Immigration reform would bring in $1.4 trillion

Jan 9, 2014
U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker sits down to talk about the state of the American economy and what she thinks it will take to get it back on track.
Posted In: commerce, immigration reform, Immigration, export, free trade

Fighting the export of stolen oil

Sep 20, 2013
100,000 barrels a day are stolen from Nigerian oil pipelines.
Posted In: oil theft, Nigeria, export, crude oil

Study supports exporting U.S. natural gas

Dec 6, 2012
Exports to most countries have long been barred by federal law. As the Department of Energy considers several requests for export licenses, a study says exporting our glut of natural gas would benefit the economy.
Posted In: fracking, natural gas, export, energy

Japan suffers export headache over dispute with China

Oct 22, 2012
Japanese exports fell 10.3 percent in September raising fears of a slide into recession.
Posted In: Japan, earthquake, recession, export

China's export strategy prompts a U.S. trade complaint

Sep 17, 2012
China rewards companies for exporting auto parts to other countries, so the U.S. files a complaint with the World Trade Organization, its 15th against China.
Posted In: China, trade, export, auto parts

Louisiana lumber firm counts Libya as its top customer

Aug 20, 2012
Libya is expected to grow as a market for U.S. exports, but a small timber company in Louisiana has been relying on Libyan customers for years.
Posted In: Libya, export

Exports in China double market expectations

Jun 11, 2012
Amidst the slew of gloomy economic indicators from China over the weekend there was one bright spot: May's overseas shipments from China are up more than 15 percent over last year.
Posted In: China, export, import export

Exxon evaluates exporting natural gas

Jun 5, 2012
Exxon Mobil is looking to export natural gas to Europe and maybe Asia. CEO Rex Tillerson believes gas could surpass demand for coal worldwide by 2025.
Posted In: natural gas, ExxonMobil, export

China's slowing growth rate not meeting expectations

Mar 5, 2012
Premier Wen Jiabao of China announced that growth would be only 7.5 percent, a number that falls below what is considered a critical growth rate for keeping the Chinese population happy.
Posted In: China, economic growth, export

Iguana, it's what's for dinner

Feb 7, 2012
In an effort to rid Puerto Rico of its 4-million-strong invasive iguana population, the government has proposed turning them into an "exotic meat" export.
Posted In: Puerto Rico, iguana, export, exotic meat