Thursday, May 19, 2022

International

CalChamber Joins D.C. Forums Supporting Trans-Pacific Partnership

The California Chamber of Commerce joined trade specialists from across the nation recently at sessions focusing on reasons to support the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Susanne...

Speakers Agree: NAFTA 2.0 Creates Freer, Fairer Economic Growth

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) underscores a renewed understanding among the USMCA parties on the importance of our mutual trading relationships, everyone agreed at...

Friendship with California More Important than Ever in Global Pandemic Fallout

The following answers to questions posed by the California Chamber of Commerce are from Rana Sarkar, consul general of Canada, Northern California. Free Trade Agreement What...

CalChamber to Co-Host California-Mexico Event Online

“Women’s Role in California’s Economic Recovery” will be the subject of a virtual event co-hosted by the California Chamber of Commerce and the Consulate...

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Full Impact on Economy, Markets, State Uncertain

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will have an impact on the world economy that is still not fully recovered from the pandemic. However, it is...

2017 Trade Figures Show California Maintains Position as Top Exporting State

The U.S. Department of Commerce now has 2017 trade statistics available through the International Trade Administration’s (ITA) “Trade Stats Express.” In 2017, California exported $171.9...

CalChamber, Japan Business Leaders Note Longstanding Trade/Investment Partnership

An annual meeting between the California Chamber of Commerce and Japan business leaders highlighted California’s continuing interdependence with one of its largest trade and...

CalChamber Co-Hosted Webinar to Explain Benefits of Ex-Im Bank

Risk protection and access to cash are among the subjects to be covered in a joint webinar hosted by the California Chamber of Commerce...

Relations with Sister State New South Wales Remain Strong

Nearly 25 years ago, California and New South Wales, Australia declared themselves as sister states in light of their many social, economic and cultural...

Need for Better Data Still Consensus as Maritime Data Initiative Meetings End

The need for real-time data within the supply chain remained in the spotlight as the Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) Maritime Data Initiative meetings concluded...

President of Mexico, Governor Brown Continue Momentum of Trade Mission

On the last day of his first trip to the United States as president of Mexico, President Enrique Peña Nieto visited the state capital,...

CalChamber Reaffirms Support for U.S.-Korea Pact as President Trump Signs Revised Deal

On Monday, September 24 at the United Nations General Assembly in New York, President Donald J. Trump signed the revised U.S.-Korea deal with South...

West Coast Organizations Promote Trade as Way to Help Fuel Economic Recovery

  The California Chamber of Commerce, the Pacific Northwest International Trade Association and the Washington Council on International Trade shared their support and...

Export-Import Bank Maintains Quorum, Ability to Help Exporters

The Export-Import Bank of the United States will continue to operate with a quorum following the early February presidential appointment of James Cruse to...

World Trade Organization Postpones Ministerial Conference

New travel restrictions due to the omicron virus variant have forced yet another shift in the timetable for the World Trade Organization (WTO) ministerial...

Trade Critical to California in U.S. Economy

International trade has come under attack in the recent presidential election campaign, and it is important for all to understand the significance that trade...

U.S. Trade Representative Releases Agenda for Free, Fair, Reciprocal Trade

The Office of the United States Trade Representative has released the 2019 Trade Policy Agenda and 2018 Annual Report of the President of the...