International Trade & Investment

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Government Policy

How Private-Public Sector Collaboration Can Help Address Climate Change

January 24, 2022

Business and government leaders explained how the public and private sectors can work together to achieve climate adaptation and mitigation.

Government Policy

The Biden Administration’s Approach to Diplomacy and Global Issues

January 20, 2022

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield outlines the Biden Administration’s strategy for hot-button global issues and U.S. diplomacy.

Leadership

The Competition for Global Leadership: Why the U.S. Must Lead on Trade, AI, and Security

January 18, 2022

In the first episode of The Competition Series, policy experts examined how the U.S. must demonstrate global leadership on trade, artificial intelligence, and security.

Economy

The State of American Business 2022: Fighting for Innovation and Competition

January 11, 2022

The U.S. Chamber’s State of American Business event brought together business leaders, lawmakers, and policy experts to discuss how competition will drive business in 2022.

Economy

5 Takeaways from Suzanne Clark’s First State of American Business Address

January 11, 2022

Suzanne Clark highlighted the innovation and resilience of American business while warning against increasing government overreach stifling competition and our fragile economic recovery.

Space

How the Growing Space Industry Will Prepare Us for the Future

December 16, 2021

The space industry has seen drastic changes and advancements in recent years, as modern technology brings about new commercial and civil space opportunities.

Economy

3 Ways Businesses Can Invest in and Bolster Central America

December 13, 2021

The White House’s call to action for more private-sector investments in Central America can impact local economies and the broader global economy.

International Trade & Investment

How to Boost Supply Chain Security

December 09, 2021

Supply chains all over the world are under pressure due to spiking consumer demand and supply challenges. Boosting supply chain security and working with trusted partners could fix these issues.

Global Relations

The U.S.'s Role in Promoting Economic Leadership and Innovation Across the Atlantic

December 09, 2021

To improve transatlantic business relationships, the United States must promote economic leadership and innovation between trade allies.

Government Policy

U.S.-EU Partnerships: Transatlantic Goals and Priorities

December 08, 2021

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo shared insights on the partnership efforts between the U.S. and European Union under the Biden Administration.

Economy

Funding the Green Transition: The Importance of Sustainable Finance

December 08, 2021

There are numerous opportunities and obstacles for corporations in the U.S. and EU as they invest in the transition toward sustainable finance.

Government Policy

How the U.S. and Brazil Can Strengthen Their Economies and Partnership

October 26, 2021

To continue to strengthen the U.S.-Brazil relationship and their economies, both countries must focus on deforestation, tourism, and bilateral investments.