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May 15, 2007 

NFTC Publishes Trade Guide for State Legislators

The National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) has published The United States and Global Trade: A State Legislator’s Guide to Maximizing Economic Opportunity through Trade”. The guide, which will be distributed to state legislators, contains information on the role states can play in developing U.S. trade policy and how state governments can maximize the benefits of trade for individual state economies.

The NFTC's guide includes a review of a number of current trade-related issues, including trade agreements, investment rules and trade promotion authority. The guide also includes state-by-state information on the importance of exports to state economies.

The PDF version of the guide can be found on the NFTC Web site at: www.nftc.org/default/trade/US%20&%20Global%20Trade%20Report.pdf.

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