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Trade with China hurts lower-skill U.S. workers

Policy makers need to recognize that the import shocks stemming from manufactures trade with China impose substantial labor adjustment costs on those American workers who are least equipped to deal with these costs.

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Getting more loans to underserved entrepreneurs

As we make SBA loans easier and more affordable, more lenders will join our program, more small businesses will have access to our lending products, and more entrepreneurs will succeed.

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Emergence of a new health insurance model

“Change brings opportunity.” —Nido Qubein While many parties in the health care industry are dealing with the complexities of implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a new health insurance opportunity is gaining traction among both employers and employees. ...

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