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US-Taiwan Technology Cooperation Strengthened by Investments

by Melissa Newcomb
In October, a delegation from Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs came to the US seeking foreign investment. The delegation secured $200 million dollars worth of investment agreements over the next three years with four major US high-tech companies.

Autumn in Asia: Governors Harvest Investments on Trade Missions

by Ethan Kannel & Melissa Newcomb
The growing importance of trade with Asia for states across the US is apparent in the recent trade missions from six states to a variety of countries around the Asia Pacific, seeking new export markets and sources of FDI.

Asian American Voter Turnout Trends

by Olivia Waring
Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are a potentially influential yet largely ignored segment of the voting public.

Direct Flights to Asia Come With Economic Benefits

by Ethan Kannel
American cities are striving to push through barriers to unlock economic gains by adding direct flights to Asian cities.

Asia Goes Nuts for California Almonds

by John Kim
In recent years, the state of California has observed a dramatic and sustained increase in its tree nut exports, now worth over $6 billion a year. The driving force behind this significant surge is strong Asian demands.

Jam-Packed June: Numerous U.S. States Send Trade Missions to Asia

by Sarah Wang
June 2014 has been a hot month for trade missions to Asia, as several U.S. states sent high-level officials overseas to establish relationships to improve access for their communities in Asia’s rapidly growing markets. In all, six states sent representatives, including Wyoming,...

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