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McBride Center Launches New Global Initiative
[7/1/2011]
The Baylor Business Global Connection (BBGC) will provide support to BaylorBusiness through the development and and management of global relationships.
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President of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Addresses Free Trade in the Americas Conference
[10/7/2005]
Richard Fisher, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, spoke to a breakfast audience at the Free Trade in the Americas Conference today.
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Secretary General of UNCTAD Kicks Off Free Trade in the Americas Conference at Baylor University
[10/7/2005]
Dr. Supachai Panitchpakdi, secretary general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), gave a keynote address last night to open the Free Trade in the Americas Conference on the Baylor Campus.
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Free Trade in the Americas Conference Oct. 6-7
[8/31/2005]
Leading scholars and officials from Canada, the United States and Latin America will examine the nature of Western Hemisphere trade agreements, their implications for hemispheric relations and the multilateral trading system at the Free Trade in the Americas Conference on October 6-7 at Baylor University.
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Free Trade in the Americas Conference to Bring World Trade Leaders, National Media to Hankamer
[10/3/2005]
Leading scholars and officials from Canada, the United States and Latin America will examine the nature of Western Hemisphere trade agreements, their implications for hemispheric relations and the multilateral trading system at the Free Trade in the Americas Conference on October 6-7 at Baylor University.
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Let the Trade Battle Begin (In the News)
[10/2/2005]
"None of the dire events predicted by NAFTA opponents in the United States actually came to pass," according to "NAFTA's effects on North American Economic Development: A United State Perspective," by Joseph A. McKinney of Baylor University, who also stated in his findings that accurately assessing the effects of the trade agreement is a difficult task.
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Free traders rally enough votes for CAFTA to pass (In the News)
[10/2/2005]
According to Baylor University economist Joseph McKinney, certain industries, such as agriculture, information technology, agricultural and construction equipment, and pharmaceuticals stand to benefit substantially from the agreement.
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CAFTA Intellectual Property Provisions Stir Controversy (In the News)
[10/2/2005]
Joseph McKinney, director of the McBride Center of International Business at Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business, agreed. CAFTA provides a stable framework for protecting intellectual property that is uniform throughout the region and does not change as individual governments change, he explained. He also noted that it strengthens enforcement of counterfeiting and intellectual property violations.
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CAFTA-DR Trade Agreement Good for U.S., Says McKinney
[7/22/2005]
Dr. Joseph McKinney explains why the CAFTA-DR trade agreement will help to keep United States products competitive in the global marketplace.
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