August 2016 Newsletter

Global Training Center


Trade trends: The relationship that the auto industry has with Mexico’s economy is strikingly balanced: There is a mutual dependence that exemplifies what free trade and global markets are meant to accomplish.

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Women in Logistics: How Mentorships Lead to Retention and Development Strategies

Logistics is one of the most in-demand career fields in Columbus and is one of the most underrepresented fields for women. So, how do we own this talent problem? How do we attract and retain top talent for our businesses, and in this case, especially when it comes to women in logistics?

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Trans-Pacific Partnership

The agreement will eliminate tariffs, lower service barriers, and increase transparency while also increasing competitiveness by instituting stronger intellectual property rights protection and establishing enforceable labor and environmental obligations.

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Brexit is a golden opportunity for stronger US-UK trade ties

The chancellor met Chinese officials in London, including ambassador Liu Xiaoming, for talks about future trade relations ahead of the G20 finance ministers’. He also spoke to Paul Ryan, speaker of the US House of Representatives, twice last week, according to the Treasury.

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US international trade deficit at $41.1B in May vs. $40.0B expected

The U.S. trade deficit widened more than expected in May as rising oil prices helped to push up the import bill and exports remained constrained by the lingering effects of a strong dollar.

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