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The Executive Briefings on Trade keep the Commission and the public current on domestic and global activities that affect U.S. trade, investment, and competitiveness. They reflect the opinions and research of individual authors and are not the views of the U.S. International Trade Commission or any of its individual Commissioners.

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Title Date Author
The Integrated Voice Assistant Speaker: Opportunities and Challenges for U.S. Firms Mar 18 Brian Daigle, Office of Industries
Global Value Chains: Explaining U.S. Bilateral Trade Deficits in Semiconductors Mar 18 John VerWey, Office of Industries
The U.S. Market for Cuban Rum: What’s at Stake in the “Havana Club” Dispute? Feb 18 Renee Berry, USITC, Office of Industries, Nataline Viray-Fung, USITC, Office of the General Counsel
U.S. Trade Adjustment Assistance Program Increasingly Targets Workers in the Services Sector Feb 18 Joanne Guth, USITC, Office of Economics, Joann Peterson, USITC, Office of Industries
State-Owned Enterprises Play a Smaller, But Still Strategic, Role in China's External Sector Jan 18 Alexander Hammer and Lin Jones, Office of Economics
China's Changing Medtech Landscape, Part 1: Shifting Exports Jan 18 Mihir Torsekar, Office of Industries, USITC
U.S. Crude Petroleum Exports Expand to Asia Jan 18 Diana Friedman and Grace Kenneally
Doing Business in Europe: The U.S. Tech Industry Struggles with Regulators Dec 17 Brian Daigle, Office of Industries
Still Afloat? A Look at the Helium Industry Dec 17 Samantha DeCarlo and Alan Uy, Office of Industries
NAFTA and Medical Device Trade in North America Nov 17 Mihir Torsekar, Office of Industries
India’s Price Controls on Coronary Stents May Place U.S. Firms at a Competitive Disadvantage Oct 17 Mihir Torsekar, Office of Industries
‘Made in China 2025’ Attempts to Re-Stimulate Domestic Innovation Sep 17 Alexander B. Hammer, Office of Economics
Changes in the U.S. Pharmaceutical Import Mix under the Agreement on Trade in Pharmaceutical Products Aug 17 Elizabeth Nesbitt, Office of Industries
U.S. Firms Are Becoming Leaders in the Automotive Semiconductor Market Jun 17 David Coffin, Office of Industries, Dan Kim, Office of Industries
Why Have U.S. Firms Offshored to China? Jun 17 Alexander B. Hammer, Office of Economics
The Size and Composition of U.S. Manufacturing Offshoring to China Jun 17 Alexander B. Hammer, Office of Economics
Evaluations of the Trade Adjustment Assistance Program for Workers: A Literature Review May 17 Joanne Guth and Jean Lee, Office of Economics
The Potential Impact of Brexit on the United Kingdom’s GDP May 17 Joanne Guth and Meryem Demirkaya, Office of Economics
Trade In Services: A Small But Growing Part Of Sub-Saharan African Trade Apr 17 Cynthia Payne and Jennifer Powell, Office of Industries
Nigeria’s Services Economy: The Engine For Future Growth Mar 17 Erick Oh, Office of Industries
The Slowdown in Global Trade in Goods and Services, 2012-15 : Extent and Potential Factors Mar 17 Heather Wickramarachi, USITC, Office of Economics
A Brief History of the U.S. Trade Adjustment Assistance Program for Workers Jan 17 Joanne Guth and Jean Lee, Office of Economics, USITC
The Impact of Brexit on Financial Services Oct 16 Isaac Wohl, Office of Industries, USITC
Transport Corridors Have Improved Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa, but Issues Remain Oct 15 Joann Peterson, Office of Industries, USITC
Factors Affecting Growth In Ghana’s Services Economy Oct 15 Jennifer Baumert Powell, Office of Industries, USITC