Trade Supports Jobs (2013). Using the latest data from The Trade Partnership's CDx database, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce updated its Trade Supports Jobs website, which details the economic benefits of trade at the state and congressional district levels. The site has also incorporates services data for the first time!
Trade Benefits America (2013). This brand new site outlines the benefits of trade using state level data provided by The Trade Partnership and pushes for the passage of the Trade Promotion Authority in order to facilitate future trade deals. The site may be accessed here and a sample state report may be found here.
Imports Work for America (2013). In this groundbreaking study, Trade Partnership Worldwide quantifies the positive contribution of imports to the U.S. economy. The report shows how imports improve U.S. manufacturing competitiveness, raise standards of living, and support more than 16 million net American jobs. Imports have a net positive job impacts in every state.
Published to coincide with “Imports Work for America Week” and “World Trade Month,” the report was sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association, the National Retail Federation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the American Apparel & Footwear Association. Click here to download a copy of the report.
Impacts of Trade: State Studies (2013). The Trade Partnership examined the impacts of exports, imports, and foreign investment at the state level. Each state study examines the roles that trade plays in the lives of state manufactureres, farmers, and families. Prepared for the Business Roundtable, copies may be obtained from the BRT's website.