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  • Image of Cost pressures strengthening across the service sector

    26 May 2017

    Cost pressures strengthening across the service sector

    Demand in the services sector was flat in the three months to May, while rising costs caused profitability to decline, according to the CBI’s latest quarterly Service Sector Survey.

  • Image of Supreme Court Update

    25 May 2017

    Supreme Court Update

    The Court issues a ruling surprising to some that upholds federal restrictions on ‘soft money’ contributions to local elections.  

  • Image of Trade Update, May 2017

    25 May 2017

    Trade Update, May 2017

    Robert Lighthizer was officially confirmed as United States Trade Representative by the Senate and got straight to work on the new administration’s trade policy agenda.

  • Image of The future of NAFTA

    25 May 2017

    The future of NAFTA

    U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer was confirmed by the Senate and got straight to work, sending Congress the required 90 days’ notice on renegotiating NAFTA.

  • Image of U.S. Economic Update, May 2017

    25 May 2017

    U.S Economic Update, May 2017

    After slower job growth in March, the number of jobs added to the economy bounced back in April and unemployment hit a near-10 year low. 

  • Image of Congressional Update, May 2017

    25 May 2017

    Congressional Update, May 2017

    Congress passed a spending bill to fund the government through to the end of September and Congressional leadership pushed through their second attempt at health care reform. 

  • Image of Administration Developing Plan for $1 Trillion Infrastructure Spend

    25 May 2017

    Administration Developing Plan for $1 Trillion Infrastructure Spend

    Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has promised a full legislative package for the President’s long-promised infrastructure investment plan in the third quarter.  In the recently released budget, however, we catch glimpses of what the plan might look like.  

  • Image of The Federal Spending Debate Continues

    25 May 2017

    The Federal Spending Debate Continues

    An omnibus bill to fund the federal government through the end of the 2017 fiscal year gave brief pause to the spending debate, before the publication of the President’s Budget for the next fiscal year reignited the discussion. 

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    8 March 2017  | By Holly Harkins

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    9 March 2017

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