President Obama on the big screen, addressing the audience at the NFTC 100th World Trade Dinner
President Bill Reinsch moderating the trade panel at the IDFA Dairy Forum in Miami, FL
Global Innovation Forum Director Jake Colvin moderating a panel on financial technology and entrepreneurship
NFTC President Bill Reinsch speaking in Dublin at the Euromoney Conference
Ambassador Jonathan Fried, Sir Simon Evenet, and NFTC President Reinsch at the London Forum on Trade and Investment
NFTC President Bill Reinsch convening the 2015 London Forum on Trade and Investment
Toyota MMA President Norm Bafunno touring India House in NYC at the June Board of Directors meeting
India House General Manager Bruce Godfrey with NFTC Board members Paul Nolan (McCormick) and Norm Bafunno (Toyota), and NFTC President Bill Reinsch
The NFTC Board of Directors paying their respects at the former site of the World Trade Center towers in Manhattan
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This month's issue contains several personal reflections from NFTC staff members who have been part of the Trade Benefits America Coalition – the group that worked hard to enact TPA into law so the country can move on to complete the TPP and TTIPnegotiations that are so important for American jobs and growth. Having been involved in the Coalition's work myself, I want to add my own thoughts to those of Dan and Richard.
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Report from Recent Days Spent Abroad
Travel is always enlightening. Last month in New Zealand on the TPP, I incidentally came across the history in somewhat greater depth of U.S. relations with that small pristine country, once a formal ally. That formal alliance was dissolved in the 1950s due to the habit of the United States (France and the U.K. were involved to an even greater extent) of testing nuclear weapons in the atmosphere in its neighborhood. A few days earlier in Brisbane, Australia, also TPP-connected (sugar), I visited the small but very interesting museum that houses General MacArthur's wartime headquarters.

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