Category Archives: Trade

Op-Ed: Free Trade Helps U.S. Jobs

Today, Peter Cleveland, Intel’s Vice President of Global Public Policy, published this op-ed in The Oregonian explaining how free trade helps U.S. jobs.  Intel is the largest private employer in Oregon, and the piece describes how Intel’s ability to sell … Read more >

Working Together to Create New U.S. Jobs by Accessing the Global Marketplace

By Greg Slater, director of Trade and Competition Policy at Intel Corporation President Obama spoke to the U.S. Chamber yesterday, and despite serious disagreements in the past, both the President and the Chamber are now seeking common ground. In this … Read more >

The need for a US – European Union Innovation Dialogue

The leaders of the European Union and the U.S. agreed in April 2007 to establish a Transatlantic Framework for Advancing Transatlantic Integration (the Framework) between the U.S. and the European Union. At the same time they established the Transatlantic Economic … Read more >

Supporting the Korea – U.S. Free Trade Agreement

Intel recently filed comments, Intel Corporation Korea – US FTA Comments USTR-2009-0020.pdf, with the Office of the United States Trade Representative, pursuant to their request for public comments, on the Free Trade Agreement with the Republic of Korea (KORUS FTA).  In … Read more >