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October 20, 2008 

Happy 5th Birthday to International Trade Law News

Today marks the fifth anniversary of International Trade Law News.

I have been overwhelmed by the support, kind words and favorable comments received from clients, colleagues, government officials and other members of the international trade community on how useful they find International Trade Law News. Wherever I go I end up meeting readers and subscribers who mention how they like the practical and useful trade-related information provided in this site. I very much appreciate all of your support, as well as the tips and other valuable information and ideas received from readers.

The number of readers of International Trade Law News has grown dramatically over the past five years and the site has a large number of readers that subscribe to our e-mail service, RSS and Twitter feeds. Beyond, the subscribers readers from around the world find the site by conducting internet searches on international trade-related topics; this year alone International Trade Law News has had readers from 166 countries and territories. Many of the posted articles are picked up and republished by other sources and I often receive requests to republish content.

I am also pleased that International Trade Law News has been selected by the U.S. Library of Congress for inclusion in its historic collections of Internet materials related to Legal Blawgs. In the future, the Library of Congress will make this collection available to researchers onsite at Library facilities and plans to make the collection available to offsite researchers by hosting the collection on the Library's public access Web site.

-- Doug Jacobson

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Happy 5th Doug! Keep up the good work.

Congrats, you folks do an awesome job!!!!!!

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