Category: Pakistan

A-GSPC Ambassadors Urge Congress to Renew GSP

Written on June 12, 2013 in Algeria

Earlier this week, our friends at the Alliance for GSP Countries (A-GSPC) sent a letter to congressional leaders signed by the Ambassadors from Algeria, Bangladesh, Ecuador, Fiji, Georgia, Indonesia, Moldova, Mongolia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, and Yemen.  The letter states: The GSP’s importance to its...

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GSP Rocks

Written on March 2, 2011 in Arizona

Imagine a world with no wailing solos from future Eric Claptons….or ballads from the next Stevie Wonder…or drum beats from….this kid. GSP might not teach kids how to play their instruments, but it does make them more affordable.  In 2010, $84 million worth of musical instruments were imported duty free under GSP, waiving t...

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Some Presidents Day History from the Coalition for GSP…

Written on February 21, 2011 in Brazil

…and Wikipedia.  Apparently, Congress first created a holiday for government offices in Washington, DC in honor of George Washington in 1880.  Five years later, the holiday was expanded to cover all federal workers, and for the next 85 years government workers took off February 22, Washington’s birthday.  In 1971, Congre...

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