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Warning: This blog post, second in the series looking at America's competitiveness, doesn't get any sunnier.  Gathering storm, indeed. Earlier last month the World Economic Forum (WEF) released its annual ...
American competitiveness has been on my mind lately.  Last month, The National Academies released a frightening update to the "Rising Above the Gathering Storm" report it issued five years ago.  This iteration, ...
... not the only infrastructure investment needed to secure our economic futures. But it's one that will be essential to our future mobility and competitiveness."   On the other hand, public transportation ...
... nearly to Mexico that planners foresee in the coming decades. A critic might balk at the $25 billion price tag but every dollar we spend on boosting the state's competitiveness holds the hope for more ...
... with Arizona's universities and other educators and industry leaders to formulate a job competitiveness plan for the state.  As one of my faithful readers has pointed out, every state wants the highest-skill, ...
... The bill to bring us up to a world-competitiveness level is astounding: $417-532 billion in Arizona alone.  But building the interstate railways, highways, electric grid, and Internet were expensive projects, ...
... approach to increasing the state's competitiveness.  Best-of-breed infrastructure that can foster any kind of business, education that develops a high-quality workforce, and general quality-of-life factors ...
... particularly solar energy.  I've written about competitiveness a lot since, and I've usually focused on the fact that if Arizonans wants to maintain, and improve, our standard of living, we've got to find ...
...  Stagnating American competitiveness at the same time that developing nations like China and India become increasingly competitive in the same kind of high-end sectors we used to call ours. If America ...
... high U.S. corporate tax rate - the second-highest among OECD countries, exceeded only by Japan - concern over the competitiveness of the United States as a place to locate investment can only grow. Who ...
... Because, as Owens said, infrastructure is the "backbone" of our competitiveness. I've talked before about the "rise" of China and I want to make it clear that I'm no xenophobe, and I wholeheartedly reject ...
... understand the true nature of global competition?  Can we learn that Grade-A infrastructure is in fact not an expense but the basis from which we will be able to have economic competitiveness?  Can we ...
... with Disqus, but it really only takes 30 seconds.)   Development note: Today President Obama announced the creation of a task force to promote American exports, "hoping to bolster competitiveness overseas ...
... like AHCCCS and education with our need to maintain economic competitiveness with reasonable tax rates (meaning, relatively low compared to other states). The answer lies not in cutting the heart out of ...
15. Fix the Bridges But Don't Forget Broadband
(News and Events/AIC News)
By SAMUEL J. PALMISANO Enlightened government policy can stimulate Internet growth.. The Federal Communication Commission recently released a report illustrating the importance to America's competitiveness ...
... talked about the need to diversify the state's economy, to build our competitiveness. Governor Brewer has said, "I am very serious about establishing Arizona as a leader in the renewable energy sector, ...
... economies as well, could depress American competitiveness (as production costs rise here and not elsewhere). The CEOs also spoke about what their organizations have done and plan to do to reduce the ...

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