Manufacturing and Services
The Manufacturing and Services (MAS) unit of the International Trade Administration (ITA) is dedicated to enhancing the global competitiveness of U.S. industry, expanding its market access, and increasing its exports. (more)
Recent News in MAS
Grand Rapids, MI - U.S. Commerce Assistant Secretary William G. Sutton (right) leads the second Sustainable Manufacturing American Regional Tour (SMART)
at Steelcase, Inc., a Michigan-based wood products manufacturer.
Sutton also visited Cascade Engineering Company, Herman Miller, and Rapid-Line, Inc. “Sustainability is integral to American manufacturing’s continued global leadership and growth,” said Sutton. (More)
International Visitation to the U.S. on the Rise: Visitor Spending Hits Record High in May
Washington - The U.S. Department of Commerce today announced that 4.3 million international
visitors traveled to the United States in May, an increase of 14 percent over May 2007 (more)
U.S. Commerce Assistant Secretary William G. Sutton leads the first Sustainable Manufacturing American Regional Tour (SMART) at Sunnen Products Company
U.S. Manufacturing Exports Swing from Deficit to Surplus with Free Trade Agreement Countries
Washington - U.S. Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez announced new U.S. Commerce Department data showing that the United States is running a trade surplus in manufactured exports with our 14 free trade agreement (FTA) partners. (more)
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