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15Mar2017

CTIP NEWSLETTER: ‘Smallest Town in America’ Has an Enormous Budget Problem

“The smallest town in America,” Buford, Wyoming, based on population, is having money troubles. Buford is owned by a Vietnamese businessman, Nguyen Dinh Pham, who bought the town in 2012 for $900,000 in order to market his specialty coffee to Americans. Jason Hirsch began leasing the town from Pham in 2015. Hirsch acts as the
  • 15 Mar, 2017
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10Mar2017

CTIP NEWSLETTER: Essentials for big infrastructure programs

Tax Measures Seen as Essential for Big Infrastructure Programs Experts debate raising money from repatriation of offshore profits and tout the importance of municipal bonds. The time is right for a major legislative deal to deliver up to a trillion dollars in federal funding for American infrastructure over the next decade, U.S. Rep. John Delaney
  • 10 Mar, 2017
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20Jan2016

CTIP and Meritorious BizTech College register a PPP Institute in Uganda

The Council for Trade and Investment Promotion and the Meritorious Biz Tech College registered on the 20th day of January in Kampala, the name “PPP Institute” under the number BN 218935 in the index of the business names registration of the Republic of Uganda. Mr. Amin Manji, Chairman of the Meritorious BizTech College shall be
  • 20 Jan, 2016
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18Sep2015

CTIP SIGNS PARTNERSHIP WITH CHINA’S BOYASHENGHUA GROUP

The Council for Trade and Investment Promotion (CTIP), an international non-profit organization based in New Jersey has signed a Cooperation Agreement with BoYaShengHua (Beijing) Business Consulting Co., Ltd. (BYSH), to promote trade and investments between U.S. and China.   GO TO CTIP-BYSH Partnership Press Release
  • 18 Sep, 2015
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25Jun2015

Turkish election ends era of political stability

The incumbent Justice and Development Party (AKP) won this month’s general election but lost its majority in parliament. This marks a major shift in Turkish politics — the AKP has won successive landslide victories since coming to power in 2002. The result has increased near term political and economic uncertainty, but improves longer term prospects by making the political system more contestable.
  • 25 Jun, 2015
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29Apr2015

Catalonia’s Industrial Strategy

The government of Catalonia has launched a programme to foster the strategic development of 7 industrial areas: – Food Industries – Resources, Energy and Chemistry – Industrial Systems – Design – Sustainable Mobility – Life Sciences and Healthcare – Culture
  • 29 Apr, 2015
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