Trade & Manufacturing Alert - April 2012


In This Issue:

01 Second Annual Conference On The Renaissance Of American Manufacturing; 02 Congress Passes Legislation To Overturn The Federal Circuit’s GPX Decision; 03 President Obama Establishes The Interagency Trade Enforcement Center; 04 Trans Pacific Partnership, Russia Permanent Normalized Trade Relations, And China Trade Are Among Key Elements Of 2012 Trade Policy Agenda; 05 USTR Challenges China’s Export Restraints On Rare Earths; 06 Report On U.S. Manufacturing Employment Decline; 06 News Of Note; and, 08 Contacts.

Excerpt from Second Annual Conference On The Renaissance Of American Manufacturing

A record crowd of over 320 people attended the Second Annual Conference on the Renaissance of American Manufacturing: Jobs, Trade and the Presidential Election, a one-day conference focusing on solutions to the decline of manufacturing in America and highlighting manufacturing and trade as critical issues for the upcoming presidential and congressional elections. The event, held on March 27th at the National Press Club in Washington DC, was attended by a unique mix of business leaders, policy experts, government officials, congressional staffers, trade association representatives, union representatives, grassroots organizers, and academics.

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