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Tag: Trans-Pacific Partnership

Japan Business Leaders in California Mark 20th Annual Meeting with CalChamber

The 20th annual meeting between the California Chamber of Commerce and Japan business leaders highlighted California’s continuing interdependence with one of its largest trade...

Former Mexico President Policy Adviser Foresees Close Race in This Year’s Election

The campaign to be the next President of Mexico could be a close one, the director of the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies at the...

CalChamber Urges Quick Negotiations to Modernize NAFTA, Keep Trade Strong

A swift and efficient renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will serve the interest of U.S. producers, employees and consumers, the...

CalChamber Reiterates Trade Priorities for New Administration, Congress

As the new administration and 115th Congress get to work, the California Chamber of Commerce will be communicating its international trade priorities and support...

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...

CalChamber Urging Congress to Act on Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement

The California Chamber of Commerce is urging the California congressional delegation to prevent the loss of U.S. jobs to foreign competitors by supporting the...

Japan-California Trade/Investment Ties: Annual Meeting Keeps Connections Strong

The numerous areas that affect trade and investment between California and Japan, one of the state’s largest export partners, were the subject of a...

Forum Highlights Trans-Pacific Partnership as Vehicle for Economic Integration

The importance of Trans-Pacific trade relations was the subject of a recent international forum at the California Chamber of Commerce. More than 200 forum attendees...

Trade Expands Economy, Opportunities

As trade is being widely discussed on the national political scene, making sure U.S. businesses—from light manufacturers to service providers—benefit from higher growth, employment...