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TPP – Thank you President Trump for reconsidering

Global trade has been in the headlines recently and many are concerned about the impact of a trade war. The U.S. and China have both been using threatening rhetoric that has some people worried. Because of these developments, President Trump has recently asked his team to reconsider the administration’s position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). TPP was a hot campaign ...

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Weekly 5: GOP will try to block overtime rule

The BI Weekly 5 is a collection of tips, news and data affecting the boating industry this week. Be sure to look for the BI Weekly 5 every week on BoatingIndustry.com. 1. GOP will try to block overtime rule The Obama administration's plans to overhaul the nation's overtime rules have generated plenty of controversy since being finalized in May. Now, ...

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NMMA joins coalition in support of Trans-Pacific Partnership

The National Marine Manufacturers Association is working with a broad-based group of U.S. companies and associations as part of the U.S. Coalition for TPP to gather support on Capitol Hill to ratify the Trans-Pacific Partnership. The agreement would bring important growth to U.S. manufacturing and strengthen the boating industry’s position in the global marketplace, the association said. “NMMA is proud ...

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TPP – Good for the boating industry and the USA

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been in the press a fair bit the past several months. It is one of the Obama Administration’s top priorities for 2016. For those not familiar with TPP, it is a trade agreement between 12 countries (the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, Mexico, Malaysia, Peru, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei, Chile and Vietnam) that make up ...

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