Month: August 2015

Alaskans Not Keen On Trade Assistance Grant Programs

June 17, 2011 Alaska Journal of Commerce By Laine Welch From seafood businesses to lumber companies to ulu makers, trade assistance grants and programs help American businesses and entrepreneurs compete with cheaper, foreign imports.  But it’s been tough to find takers in Alaska. “It’s a good program, but our biggest problem is finding people to …

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News: TAA Funding Snagged In Congress As Opponents Question Its Value

June 4, 2011 The Spokesman-Review Spokane, Washington By Tom Sowa A federal trade-assistance program that helps companies impacted by offshore competition could shut down by the end of the year if Congress votes not to renew it. That program is the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act, and dozens of regional firms have used it in recent …

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