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Mexico Is The New China

CONNECTING TEXAS AND MEXICO VIA BEIJING  By Pippa Malmgren, Ph.D. Mexico is the new China, and Texas is the fastest-growing economy in the industrialized world. While all the headlines assume Trump’s wall will keep them apart, the reality is that no wall will stop the Texas-Mexico border from being the most productive spot on the […]Read More

International Tax Planning

7 TAX QUESTIONS U.S. COMPANIES SHOULD CONSIDER BEFORE EXPANDING OVERSEAS By Jim Carter Establishing and maintaining an effective tax strategy for an internationally active business — or a business preparing to expand across borders — has never been easy. It requires the foresight to adapt tax strategies that fit the organization’s future plans, as well […]Read More

From Shipment to Port to Customs & to the Customer

Delivery In A Foreign Country By Bodo Liesenfeld Free Trade Agreements and globalization have contributed to the economies of Texas and the European Union because they are the basis for an easy exchange of goods and services. Shipping from Port Houston to Europe does not take a miracle because a number of well-established shipping lines […]Read More

The Global Cities Initiative

The Global Cities Initiative (GCI) Exchange, a joint project of Brookings and JP Morgan Chase, is a network of metro areas across the country developing strategies to boost global trade and investment. At the core are 28 U.S. metropolitan areas creating integrated plans for export and foreign direct investment. In Texas, Houston and San Antonio […]Read More