Monthly Archives: March 2011

San Diego’s Borders are Abundant with Commerce, not Crime

by Ruben Barrales Ruben Barrales is president and CEO of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce. He also serves as a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Southwest Border Task Force and Community Resilience Task Force. Barrales … Continue reading

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Chamber/Americas appreciates the continued support of Biasca & Associates, Inc.

BIASCA & ASSOCIATES, INC. International Business Consultants Rodolfo E. Biasca Principal Denver, CO USA – Bs.Aires,Argentina. 9139 S. Roadrunner St. Highlands Ranch, CO 80129 www.biasca.com; www.vrg-ar.com rod@biasca.com info@biasca.com 1.303.246.9618 Address in Argentina: Argentina: Vuelta de Obligado 2728 Buenos Aires, C1428ADT … Continue reading

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Chamber/Americas appreciates the continued support of Goodyear Latin America

GOODYEAR LATIN AMERICA Latin American Region Au. Paulista, 854 10 andar Bella Vista 01310-913 Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil 55(1)2104.6013

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Mexico Border is an Asset for the U.S., Ambassador Says

by Trevor Williams Arturo Sarukhan, Mexico’s ambassador to the United States, wants to cut through the clamor. Photo Courtesy Mexican Embassy From left: City Councilman Kwanza Hall and Martin Luther King III look on as Mexican Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan speaks … Continue reading

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Time to Act on Free Trade

Editorial, Washington Post The politics of free trade have never been easy for President Obama – and they appear to be getting harder. Mr. Obama wants congressional ratification of a tariff-slashing deal with South Korea, revising it recently to meet … Continue reading

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