By Phil Wennblom, Director of Standards Policy and Greg Slater, Director of Global Trade Policy By enabling products and technologies from different companies to interoperate, or work together, standards are fundamental to advancing innovation. Standards simplify product development, facilitate the sharing of information among purchasers of products from competing manufacturers, enhance the utility of […] Read more
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By Greg Slater, director of trade and competition policy at Intel It is an exciting time again in the international trade world. We soon should have a very experienced trade negotiator as our next U.S. Trade Representative (USTR). And, no matter what industry sector a business may operate in, USTR is negotiating an ambitious trade initiative […] Read more >
Government officials have in hand a major boost for our global economy that will help America’s technology industry reach consumers never before imagined. Earlier this week, I participated in a memorable event at the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Geneva, … Read more >
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The economic benefits, both direct and indirect, which small and large businesses provide each other are often misunderstood. Very few small and large businesses operate alone. Most create an amazing ecosystem full of interdependencies and complex collaborations that generate revenue … Read more >
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