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“The United States is pleased to be working with Bahrain and Oman and their Gulf Cooperation Council partners to strengthen our economic ties,” a U.S. trad...
A U.S. trade official praises Qatar for its efforts “to deepen its participation in the multilateral trading system and maintain its commitments” to the Wo...
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative summarizes the latest round of negotiations with Japan on trade issues.
The U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief has put the promise of an AIDS-free generation within reach.
The director of the Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health commemorates PEPFAR’s successes.
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), enacted in 2000, allows 39 eligible African countries to export most products duty free to the United State...
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Younger consumers and employees demand it. Companies get it. Tackling social issues is part of the bottom line.
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Hunger and undernutrition are costly in human terms and economically. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, hunger and ...
A U.S. delegation is headed to Sao Paulo, Brazil, to attend a global forum on the future of Internet governance and to work towards an open and inclusive I...
U.S. service members make a 10-kilometer hike to deliver 1,400 kilograms of food and supplies to families in the mountain village of Picacho, Honduras.
Land-grant universities and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, both founded in 1862, work in communities to put agriculture research into action, to impr...
AGOA is helping to grow economies in sub-Saharan Africa. Take a look at some images demonstrating the impact.
Fahad Hassan, founder and CEO of Always Prepped, says companies need to move beyond raising money and prove the value of their products and services in the...
Fahad Hassan talks about how education is important to an entrepreneur.
Fahad Hassan, founder and CEO of Always Prepped, talks about the importance as an entrepreneur of having mentors.
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