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  • 417049 [New Markets, 07/06/1999]
  • New Markets General 7/99: Booklet
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  • New Markets Packet (Original)
  • Pine Ridge New Markets 7/99
  • Welfare - New Markets
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  • NM [New Markets] Roundtable Trip---Akron
  • New Markets Small Business Administration
  • New Markets Stats & Background [1]
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  • New Mexico NM [New Markets] Briefing
  • Paper---New Market B Sides
  • Mississippi Delta New Markets 7/99 [folder 1]
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  • New Markets 11/3-5/99 [1]
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  • Watts/Anaheim New Markets 7/99: Los Angeles
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  • [New Markets---Potential Tour Sites and Cities Labor Department Memo] [1]
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  • NM [New Markets] Trip Press Speech/Shih
  • RFK [Robert Francis Kennedy] Delta New Markets 7/99 [1]
  • RFK [Robert Francis Kennedy] Delta New Markets 7/99 [2]
  • RFK [Robert Francis Kennedy] Delta New Markets 7/99 [3]
  • Watts/Anaheim New Markets 7/99: Los Angeles Stuff [1]
  • Watts/Anaheim New Markets 7/99: Los Angeles Stuff [2]
  • President Clinton with employees of the Hermitage Tomato Co-op in Bradley County, Arkansas. This visit was a stop on the President's New Markets tour.
  • President Clinton tours Clarksdale, Mississippi with Representative Bennie Thompson, Mayor Richard Webster and Wayne Leonard, CEO of Entergy Corporation. This visit was a stop on the President's New Markets tour.
  • President Clinton tours the town of Tyner, Kentucky with resident Jean Collet. This visit to the Appalachian region was part of the President's New Markets tour.
  • was a stop on the President's New Market tour.
  • President Clinton visits with residents of a new housing complex on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. During this stop on his New Markets tour, the President met with tribal leaders of the Oglala Lakota Nation and participated in a signing
  • President Clinton with shop owners and vendors of the Sweet Auburn Market in Atlanta, Georgia. President Clinton toured the market and participated in a discussion with city officials and constituents during this stop on his New Markets tour.
  • White quilt with yellow edging and an eight-pointed, multicolored star in the center. This gift was given to President Clinton during his trip to Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota. Pine Ridge Reservation was a stop on President Clinton's New
  • during his trip to Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota. Pine Ridge Reservation was a stop on President Clinton's New Markets tour.
  • the Policy Development Office, Lisa Green served as an adviser to the National Economic Council and chaired the working group for the Clinton Administration’s New Markets Initiative. The collection highlights topics relating to the Clinton Administration’s
  • This collection consists of Lisa Green’s records as the chair of the working group for the Clinton Administration’s New Markets Initiative, and as an adviser on the National Economic Council. The collection highlights topics relating to the New
  • community as part of his New Markets tour. Platform guests included Senator Tom Daschle, Senator Tim Johnson, Representative John Thune, and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Andrew Cuomo.
  • during his New Markets tour.
  • J. CLINTON REMARKS ON NEW MARKETS AT BORICUA C O L L E G E BROOKLYN, NY January 13, 2000 Acknowledge: introducer Enealia Nau [eh-NEAL-yaNOW]; SBA Admin. Aida Alvarez [whose father taught art at Boricua College [buh-REE-kwa]; HUD Dpty. Sec. Saul [sah
  • of the medicine wheel applique. This gift commemorates the President's visit to Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, a stop on his New Markets tour.
  • TO AMERICA'S NEW MARKETS BACKGROUND As you know. you will travel the week ofJuly S· throughout the United States to highlight underserved markets and (0 bring attention to tbe need for acceSs to capital in economicaUy distressed areas" We plan for you
  • NEC – New Markets [2]
  • September 1999. . 50f5 917199 11 :03 AM New Markets Initiative.·· White House National Economic Council U.S. Department of the Treasury· . U.S. Department of Housin.9 and Urban Development '·U~S. Small Busi'ness Administration 1999 Elements
  • New Markets/Interagency Meetings [2]
  • . CLINTON REMARKS ON NEW MARKETS TO WALL STREET PROJECT NEW YORK, NY January 13, 2000 Acknowledge: Dick Grasso; Sandy Weill; Sec. Slater; Sec. Cuomo [who spoke here earlier today, and who has been a great champion of our Empowerment Zones and HUD's Economic
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: 19947 OAIID Number: FolderiD: Folder Title: New Market II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99- New Markets Tour II- General 11/99 Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 8 2 Withdrawal
  • New Markets II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99 - New Markets Tour II - Gen. 11/99
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  • credit was the Democralic coinponent of the DC package. They say W&M obje
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  • : Speech writing Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: 21462 OA/ID Number: FolderiD:· Folder Title: New Markets 7/99 New Markets- General Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 10 2 / I : I I I I I I I I ' Withdrawal
  • New Markets 7/99 New Markets - General
  • Credit, NMVC and APICs that Gigi asked me to send you. thanks. Doubling the New Markets Tax Credit to Spur $12 Billion in New Private Investment for New Markets. Businesses in our nation's inner cities and isolated rural communities often lack access
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: OA/ID Number: 19945 FolderiD: Folder Title: New Markets I Anaheim- NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99- Drafts Anaheim Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 8 3 Withdrawal
  • New Markets I Anaheim - NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99 - Drafts Anaheim
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: 19947 OA/ID Number: FolderiD: Folder Title: New Market II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99- New Market Tour Chicago Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 8 2 .. ~'* lt t l
  • New Markets II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99 - New Markets Tour - Chicago
  • Clinton challenged the leaciers of Wall Street, who are fueling America's economic growth, to take the lead in investing in America's own "New Markets" -- inner-city areas, like New York's East Harlem, and distressed rural areas like parts ofAppalachia
  • New Markets [1]
  • Subgroup/Office of Origin: Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: 21462 OA/ID Number: FolderiD: Folder Title: New Markets 7/99 Drafts- East St. Louis Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 10 2 Draft 07/02/99 6
  • New Markets 7/99 Drafts - East St. Louis
  • PRESIDENT WILLIAM J. CLINTON TOPPER FOR NEW MARKETS REMARKS NEWARK,NJ November 4, 1999 Before I begin, let me say that today I will seek Congressional approval for $429 million in additional assistance to the victims of Hurricane Floyd in New Jersey, North
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: OA/ID Number: 19947 FolderiD: Folder Title: New Market II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99- Arkansas Drafts Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 8 2 Withdrawal/Redaction Sheet Clinton
  • New Markets II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99 - Arkansas Drafts
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  • New Markets/Interagency Meetings [1]
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Lowell Weiss Subseries: 17198 OA/ID Number: FolderlD: Folder Title: New Markets [Agreement and China PNTR] 5/23/00 Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 92 2 7 1 Draft 5/22/00 10:30am Lowell Weiss PRESIDENT
  • New Markets [Agreements and China PNTR] 5/23/00
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: 21461 OA/ID Number: FolderiD: Folder Title: COMDEX [Computer Dealer's Exhibition] (New Markets) Chicago 4/18/00 Drafts- COMDEX 4/18/00 Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 10 3
  • Institutions, foreign relations, New Markets, Summer of Service, and Welfare To Work. System of Arrangement Records that are responsive to this FOIA request were found in these collections areas— Clinton Presidential Records: White House Office of Records
  • , charitable giving, child and elder care, China’s Most Favored Nation status, Community Financial Development Institutions, foreign relations, New Markets, Summer of Service, and Welfare to Work.
  • SUNTUM_M@A1 05/12/9903:33:00 PM Record Type: To: Record See the distribution list at the bottom of this message cc: Subject: remarks in discussion on new markets THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary (Atlanta, Georgia) For Immediate
  • New Markets [3]
  • of the admini.stration who are here-- Secretary Summers; Gene Sperling, my National Economic Council, who has done so much to develop the New Markets Initiative; Aida Alvarez of the SBA; and Jack Lew, Director of the Office of Management and Budget. We all know why we're
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: OAIID Number: 19947 FolderiD: Folder Title: New Market II Arkansas, Chicago 1115/99 - Englewood Drafts Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 8 2 . I I I I Withdrawal
  • New Markets II Arkansas, Chicago 11/5/99 - Englewood Drafts
  • in people, opening new markets. 3 That str~tegy has paid off. We are in the longest . economic expansion in our history-with 22 million new jobs, the lowest unemployment in 30 years, the lowest female unemployment in 40 years, the lowest Hispanic
  • a prominent delegation, including top CEOs, on a New Markets tour this spring which will focus specifically on the digital divide. As we have done on our previous New Markets tours, we will visit communities that have not fully participated in our nation's
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Lowell Weiss Subseries: OA/ID Number: 17197 FolderlD: Folder Title: Brooklyn (Boricua College) 1/13/00 New Markets General NEC Notes Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: S 92 2 8 2 Withdrawal/Redaction Sheet
  • Brooklyn (Boricua College) 1/13/00 - New Market - General NEC Notes
  • . Conversation Baltimore 7/14/99 - DLC - Baltimore 7/14/99 [OA/ID 19945] New Markets I Anaheim - NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99 - Drafts Anaheim [OA/ID 19945] New Markets I Anaheim - NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99 - New Markets: What's
  • to low-income parents. But Congress has literally done nothing. Congress has the opportunity, through our New Markets and Digital Divide initiatives, to reach out to Americans who haven't shared in our tremendous economic growth, and oiler them the tools
  • of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Old Executive Office Building on December 21, 2000. President Clinton makes remarks concerning the signing of the Labor and Health and Human Services Bill. The President's remarks mention: the Budget Surplus, Budget Deficits, New
  • Surplus, Budget Deficits, New Markets Initiatives, Clean Air, Education Reform, and Empowerment and Renewal Zones. There is a backdrop sign on the dais that reads, “More Opportunity for More Americans.”
  • felt the full benefits of our economic prosperity. It maintains our commitments to empowerment zones and enterprise communities, while adding part of my New Markets initiative, to give investors the same incentives to invest in our inner cities and poor
  • will announce on Friday the New Markets Initiative. which will dramatically expand capital investments in our underserved areas, This initiative will include: • A New Market Investment Tax Credit: You will propose a new $1 uiHion tax credit, which
  • NEC – New Markets [1]
  • in investing in America's own "New Markets" -- inner-city areas, like New York's East Harlem, and distressed rural areas like parts of Appalachia. The President's FY 2000 balanced budget includes a new initiative designed to create the conditions for success
  • New Markets [2]
  • ".· •• The United States Is Committed To Lowering Trade Barriers & Helping Create New Markets For American Goods & Services At the WTO In Seattle. In his 1999 State of the Union Address last January, President Clinton called for a new round of international trade
  • been full partners in our economic revival. And, we ean't conlinue tu do well into tile 21d century unless the dtJOrs of economic opportunity are wide open for aU Americans. That's Wlltlt the New Markets Initiative is all about." Magnet Capital
  • will^stick with this . strategy. Will we continue to engage the world economy by continuing to give normal trading status to China? Will Congress give the President the tools to open new markets abroad by negotiating tough new trade agreements? And above all
  • communities. To address this need, President Clinton and Vice President Gore are working on several fronts. '.' The New Markets Initiative. President Clinton's FY 2000 balanced,budget provides a new initiative designed to create the conditions for economic
  • that raises the minimum wage by a dollar over two year, and I will sign it. Fourth, we can keep the economy growing by opening new markets here at home in our hardest..;pressed communities -- and by opening new markets for American products and services
  • part of my New Markets initiative, to give investors the same incentives to invest in our inner cities and poor rural areas that they currently get to invest in new markets overseas. We value a clean environment. This bill provides the Environmental
  • : this export success has been spurred, in part, by more than 225 tough trade agreements we have negotiated to open new markets to American products. We have made it clear to our partners that if they want access to our open markets, they must open theirs
  • Edmonds OA/Box Number: 17509 FOLDER TITLE: Arkansas Delta/New Markets 12/10/99 [ 1] 2006-0462-F r 580 RESTRICTION CODES Presidential Records Act- [44 U.S.C. 2204(a)l Freedom of Information Act- [5 U.S.C. 552(b)l National Security Classified
  • Arkansas Delta/New Markets 12/10/99 [1]
  • , in part, by more than 225 tough trade agreements we have negotiated to open new markets to American products. We have made it clear to our partners that if they want access to our open markets, they must open theirs. Here's just the most recent example
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  • &_md5=06cc885!90925 fcfdS f9dc61 aab9c6o new markets and california Public Papers of the Presidents Public Papers of the Presidents July 8, 1999 CITE: 35 Weekly Comp. Pres. Doc. 1322 LENGTH: 3919 words HEADLINE: Remarks to the National Academy
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  • of the aisle, I launched a New Markets Initiative, to reach those parts of America that economic growth has passed by. We began with the principle that, just as we give companies incentives to invest in developing markets oVerseas, we should give them
  • Opportunity: Head Start, child care, EITC, fathers, work and family, digital divide, health coverage, New Markets · 2. Long-term Goals: universal pre-school, head start, after school, summer school for every student. "Here's what promise land looks like
  • Afridi, who is new in speechwriting, about CBC dinner topics. The· issues we highlighted are: Africa Trade, Education, New Markets, Juvenile Justice and Gun Safety, AIDS Prevention, Drugs (touchy), Census, the Race Initiative and One America Patients Bill
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  • drug benefit and pay down the debt entirely for the first time since 1835. At;,d ~e can keep the economy growing by opening new markets here at home in our ~t har
  • \to . . ""'~~~~~~w..(S\U.M America's new markets k- our inner cities, rural areas, and . . . Native American reservations. · China - with more ,than a billion people - is the largest new market in the world. · Our administration has negotiated an agreement
  • *H. Make no mistake: this export success ik m lULiduil. Il um bl Udied, in nu umull IHUULUL, tiMh* ihui'ti limn 200 tough trade agreements we have negotiated to open new markets to American products. We signed more than 20 agreements with Japan alone
  • ·'1999-SE-007773 . DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY WASHINGTON, D.C.! SECRETARY OF THE TREA~;URY July· 15, 1999 MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT summer~ FROM: Lawrence H. SUBJECI': New Markets: RepOrt on *isit to Harlem, USA and New York
  • in the economic shadows, Congress must pass our new markets tax credits, that would give investors the same incentives to invest in new markets here at ho1ne that we give them to invest in new markets overseas. 9
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: 21462 OA/ID Number: FolderiD: Folder Title: New Markets 7/99 Drafts -Delta Stack: Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 6 10 2 Draft 07/02/99 10:00am Jeff Shesol · PRESIDENT WILLIAM J
  • New Markets 7/99 Drafts - Delta
  • , on my New Markets tours, I have visited many of these places - from the inner cities of Newark and Hartford ... to Lakota and Navajo lands in South Dakota and New Mexico ... to rural communities like this one, where farmers are struggling, factories
  • . But we all know there are people and places that have not been blessed by this economy. Over the last year I have traveled on my New Markets tdurs to many of these places - from hard-pressed rural areas in Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta
  • exports — that has brought us to this place of prosperity. 1 // '7- -r1 A key reason more people are working, wages are rising, and unemployment is down to its lowest level in more than two decades is that we have opened new markets and won new
  • Loans and Technical Assistance for New Markets Borrowers 99-23 3123199 SSA Opens Workshop Series to Promote Venture Capital Investments in 'New Markets' ( 3 99-19 3117/99 Successful SBA-Led Trade Mission To Ireland tv1cans More Than Green
  • , we have another bridge to cross. " We.I.l;-t.Sa.Rk:-s-te-t•weFk-ef-ffitttry-ef-ymt;-l-beli:e'\1e-8tffit.R-Ga.J:G.l.iHa-ts-6H-t~e z;,essm~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~rrEf1~~ • I am personally grateful to Rep. Clyburn for his leadership on our New Markets
  • to Hispanic-owned businesses. More Can Be Done! • President Clinton's New Markets Initiative is a sweeping new public/private partnership . designed to boost business opportunities in Hispanic rural and inner city communities. The key elements include
  • community - women and minorities, Our job is to help close the gaps that are impeding progress, The President's New Market's Initiatives also focuses on the opportunity gaps with the expectation that closing those gaps will foster continued economic progress
  • and open markets in the Americas, with peace and stability replacing coups and conflicts and strong economies creating new wealth and new markets. Second, a quiet revolution named Mack McLarty, who has helped all of us realize that the Americas can become
  • for American know-how. The strong presence and energy of the American Chamber of Commerce in Russia is helping U.S. firms and investors make the most of this exciting new market. · And American companies are hiring Russians and teaching entrepreneurial skills
  • Records: White House Staff and Office Files Domestic Policy Council Rotherham, Andrew Events National College Week [OA/ID 17351] POTUS – New Markets Trip [OA/ID 17351] Baby Boom Echo Event [OA/ID 17351] Charter Grants Announcement [OA/ID 17351] National
  • ofdisadvantaged youth; An additional $65 million to prepare disadvantaged youth for success in colJege. including>~expanded outreach, counseling, and educationalsuppon, and a new initiative to help disadvantaged students stay in college. v' New Markets
  • the value of this leasing idea; he praised Farr during his New Markets tour. There are two ways for the federal government to create the conditions such that leased used cars become widely available and affordable to low-income working families. First
  • BUSINESS'LI C i I I I . / ~999-SE-007773 .;, DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY WASHINGTON, D.C. SECRE.TARY OF THE. TR£AS'JRY July 15, 1999 MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT summer~ FROM: Lawrence H. SUBJECf: New Markets: Report on Visit to Harlem
  • that is by helping every family and every business get access to the tools of the Information Age. And that is why when we decided to focus our third New Markets tour on efforts to close the digital divide, I knew we had to put special emphasis on rural America. 1
  • around the world for one simple reason: It is good for America. When we open new markets, millions of new consumers can buy American products. When we sell more American products, we create more jobs for Americans. in the world with NAFTA. We created
  • Century Agerida for America's Cities and Suburbs. First, we want to open doors to new investment :.___ $15 · .. · . billion dollars' worth.• As my New Markets Initiative makes clear, the greatest opportunities for investment and ' ' new customers
  • care) Assuring Economic Opportunity for all New Markets Initiatives Digital Divide/teacher training in technology Minimum wage Equal Pay {need a stronger Initiative here) Penn, Schoen and Ber1and Associates COPY Protecting our Basic American Values
  • -wage jobs · that promise a fair shot at the American dream. New markets for products made in the U.S.A. Cleaner air for our children. 5 Our most important accomplishments have been in the area of trade. We agreed to complete negotiations
  • the American people at home. Through GATT, NAFTA and other trade agreements, we have opened new markets for American business and created hundreds ofthousands of new jobs. Auto workers in Toledo, Ohio owe their jobs to complex trade treaties. By maintaining
  • Security Nearing the Longest Economic Expansion Opportunity and Resilonsihility in Education • • • • • New Markets Initiative Delta Initiative Native American Initiative Strengthening the Farm Safety Net From Digital Divide to Digital Opportunity
  • and message battle with Congress. • + • + + + • + + The Economic Summit - a one-day summit (April 5). New Markets' Tour/Closing the Digital Divide (April 10- 12) Round table-Community Reinvestment Act (May) The New Economy- Major Speech at UPENN (February
  • ; to combat terrorists, drug traffickers and international criminals; to create American jobs by opening new markets for our exports; and to support the forces of peace, human rights and democracy around the world who look to America for leadership
  • ...................................................................... .. America's Private Investment Companies (APIC) ............... .. SBA: New Market venture CapitaL .................................... SBA: SBIC's low- and Moderate-income (lMI) ................. .. Microenterprise Investment Strategy: CDFI PRIME 3
  • t u 2 . 1 i 6 ~ P a g e 3 [sotu2.116 Page 4 ISSUE #7: INSERT FOR NEW MARKETS INITIATIVE (1) "The largest untapped markets are not overseas -- they are in our own backyards. My balanced budget proposes a New Markets initiative
  • and other measures to reward work and family; and 8) a major expansion of New Markets to help all communities share in economic prosperity. 1. Early Childhood/Universal Pre-School. With a significant down payment in the FY200 1 budget, you can lay
  • " PRESIDENT CLINTON'S NEW MARKETS TRIP' SPEECHES July 5-8, 1999 THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary (Hazard, Kentucky) For Immediate Release July 5,1999 REMARKS BY THE PRESIDENT TO THE PEOPLE OF APPALACHIA Main
  • POTUS - New Markets Trip
  • into the 21st century. For nearly five years now, we have pursued a new economic course for America, with three ·parts: eliminate the deficit, irivest in .education and·training, and open new markets abroad for Amer"i·c~·~·s products and ser:vi
  • costs f6t American firmg doing business in Asia. Discussions on tariff reductions will open new market opportunities for Ameri6an products and thi~ will bring new jobs at home. -3- A~EC previou~ is primarily an economic organization and, as in years
  • Public/PrivatePartnerships To Close the Digital Divide, President Clinton WiH Lead A New Markets Trip This April: Closing the Digital Divide requires creative partnerships between industry, nonprofit organizations and government. That's why President
  • These are the reasons why I have devoted this New Markets tour to bringing the attention of the nation to this crucial issue for our cities, our rural areas, and Indian Country. This is why I have made closing this digital divide a major priority in my budget - with $2
  • American economy, -but toward a safer, saner world. We must continue to open new markets in America, as well. One ofthe very best ways we c^n keep gnawing without generatingri&w.inflation is to-find new businesses and new employees and-new customers right
  • aimed at strengthening our nation for the long-term — policies to spur tlje^reation of jobs, usher in economic growth with low inflation, and open new markets abroad. 'Kjday, I think it's fair to say that the country is doing pretty well by those
  • THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON November 22, 1999 MEMORANDUM TO JOHN PODESTA MARIA ECHAVESTE STEPHANIE STREET FROM: GENE SPERLING SUBJECT: UPCOMING NEW MARKETS TOUR cc: DOUGSOSNIK MARY BETH CAHILL LARRY STEIN 1 want to recommend that we do
  • EITCincrease to set up New Opportunity speech. VP: ?? FLOTUS: Announcing National Service proposed funding in FY2001 budget. Wednesday 1/12 Speech to DLC to lay out "new opportunity" agenda in State ofthe Union. Location TBD. ,; Leak: New Markets budget
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  • : Minority Economic Development Program: 8(a) business development program. 7(j) technical assislaDCa-P< o9fei; tfem... fSBA: New"Market Venture Capitc EPA: Environmental Justice Programs : 233 100 — 100 32 4 — new program 21 Documenting Discriminatk L Q
  • and Organizations to Improve Ac~ess of New Market Entrepreneurs 17 lnteragency Agreemems and MOUs signed by Administrator Aida j~lvarez and Deputy Administrator Fred Hochberg 18 CIIA1'TER 4 Small Business Innovation Resource (SB1R) Handbook 19
  • ~at. has We agreed on principlJs to help open ..- new markets and to create a free trade area throughout our hemisphere. We dedicated ourselves to improving the quality of life for all our people by improving their education, their health
  • trend toward democracy and free markets. 2 • In the face of opposition from all corners -- including his party -- the President has opened up new markets for American exports. In the global economy, NAFTA, GATT, and closer ties with Latin American
  • for two decades to · negotiate smart new trade agreements so we can open the new markets of Latin America and Asia to American goods and services. In closing, let me again than){ the thousands of people who put this Summit together for their hard work
  • and is a critical component of the New Markets Initiative. Funded at $250 million in FY 2000, this program would serve up to 50,000 of the most disadvantaged young people in central cities and rural communities across America. The President's FY2001 budget provides
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  • . At 11,000 words, it presents an overview ofthe President's accomplishments and unfinished agenda for building One America. As we agreed, the issues covered are: New Markets, fatherhood, Native Americans, education, civil rights enforcement, hate crimes
  • to shine a light on the vast untapped potential of America's new markets. I have been to Appalachia and the Mississippi Delta; to the inner cities of Newark and Watts; to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. 5 Next week, I·will embark
  • /Office of Origin: Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jeff Shesol Subseries: OA/ID Number: 19945 FolderiD: Folder Title: New Markets I Anaheim- NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99- New Markets: What's in it for Business? Stack: Row: Section
  • New Markets I Anaheim - NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99 - New Markets: What's in it for Business?
  • , help build and repair schools, and boost investments in our new markets, the places that have been left behind in.our prosperity. These are tax cuts we should .all be able to agree on, tax cuts to help America's working families provide for the things
  • Administration's third New Markets Tour, which we will take during the week of April 16. I can't imagine a better place to kick things off than here in the wonderful East Room. For it was here where Thomas Jefferson and his personal aide Meriwether Lewis laid maps
  • - The previous leadership of the CDFI was repiaced, in part, because of the issues raised by Rep, Bacchus. The Administration has explicitly avoided discussion of SDB in other contexts (e,g" NEC will not discuss SDB in the background material for the New Markets
  • to technology and the Internet in America's underserved communities. With this letter, we would like to introduce you to govWorks, Inc. and invite you to visit the "Technology Center" we are initiating in Harlem during your New Markets tour focused
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  • and Maria Echaveste. As we discussed, you will make recommendations regarding the following issues: New Markets, fatherhood, Native Americans, edu~ation, civil rights enforcement, hate crimes, immigration, criminal justice reform, (ex-offenders, mandatory
  • , Robb, Rockefeller, and Congressman LaFalce from New York, because they've been especially supportive of this new markets initiative. Now, you heard Sandy Weill say some very kind things about the economic record of the administration, but I would like
  • that it reaches across the generations to your children and · · beyond. . I I ·. 14 As you·return to Europe's fold, we stand with you .. we will bel restore your lands .... bring ~ new .markets· to life.... !;UK~ find prosperity for your people. We
  • hemisphere will gather to begin to seize this opportunity. I convened this Summit of the Americas with three clear goals: ------ open new markets and create a free trade area throughout our to . · 1 I I hemisphere; to strengthen our democracies
  • Markets tour this spring which will focus specifically on the digital divide. As we have done on our previous New Markets tours, we will visit communities that have not fully participated in our nation's economic growth. And yet, in these communities we
  • , May 11, 1999, the President will travel to Atlanta, Georgia, to participate in a New Markets Initiative event. Deadlines for the President's trip book are as follows: GA Background Memos: DUE MON., MAY 10, AT 2PM Political Memo Cabinet Affairs Hot
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  • . ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROGRESS New Markets- Ensuring that the Benefits of Our Strong Economy Reach All By any measure, America has prospered, both economically and socially over the last eight years. We are now experiencing the longest economic expansion
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  • to connect the threads and perfect the fabric of One America. I. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROGRESS New Markets- Ensuring that the Benefits of Our Strong Economy Reach All By any measure, America has prospered, both economically and socially over the last eight
  • these types of alliances as a way to grow and move into new markets. I'd like to talk about one such strategic alliance. Tomorrow, the Secretary of Commerce will announce the award of an IBM distributorship to a joint venture between a group of , African
  • is to give you a brief overview of the Administration's recoid on fiscal discipline and some of our majoreconomic proposals for the FY 200 1 budget, including saving Social Security, increasing the minimum wage ancfbuilding on our New Markets initiative' from
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  • for all Americans. ~ We must keep working to c01mect the threads of our coat of many colors into the fabric of One America. I. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL PROGRESS New Markets- Ensuring that the Benefits of Our Strong Economy Reach All By any measure, America
  • -- the subject of a lot of discussion . in this community and others -- I believe we need.a 21st century revolution to open new markets, start new businesses, hire new workers right here in America -- in our inner cities, poor rural areas, and Native American
  • -Fighting Crime, Drugs, and Guns -Investing in a Cleaner Environment -Maintaining America's Global Leadership. -Empowering Families and Communities -Progress on the New Markets Initiative -Addressing Health Care -Responding to the Farm Crisis -A Strong
  • . National Association ofTheater Owners 6/18/99 14. US Conference ofMayors Video Feed 6/11/99 · 15. Disabilities Legislation (Kennedy-Jeffords) 6/15/99 16. New Markets I Anaheim- NAF 7/8/99 . 17. DLC National Conversation Baltimore 7/14/99
  • Border.·. We have also called on Congress to fully fund a .· second round of empowerment zones. ~. two weeks · ago, I announced our New Markets Initiative, to build on . . the Vice President's efforts, and your own, and to~t~ lW.a.iu.~~~~~\11 them
  • ." ... '"" ...,...... H_'''.' ... " .. "'" 500 275 Digkal Divide"."""""" .......,..............."."" 100 55 New Markets ................. "..". ........", ........... I(j() 55 Native Anierk:ans ....................,...""""...,, 100 55 600 330
  • -~ ·:;: May 1999 *Presidential Calendar ~--South 2 5 4 3 6 ~·leering w/ President Cardoso of. Brazil (30 min) JVIOlnC:TS LJi!Y f Message Even/ (T) Hold I Hour Conyers Dinner, DC DNC Dessert Reception (noS) -~----:-···- !Huldfur: New Market
  • . Electronic commerce offers developing countries the opportunity to use technology to '~leapfrog" aspects of development and use shortcuts to reach new markets. We have . witnessed electronic commerce successes in small countries (e.g., Finland and Israel
  • their chilqren, and to leave the next generation better off than the . last. I 21 . The success ofNAFTA; which is generating new jobs and opening new markets from Monterrey to Medicine Hat, is the proof. And now, as Prime Minister Chretien has said so well
  • on Europe's soil. And a prosperous Central Europe will be a promising new market · tor American goods and services. creating jobs and opportunities at home. Here in Cedar Rapids, the largest-exporting city per capita in the nation, you know that toreign trade
  • opportunity, we are embracing a new strategy for prosperity: Fiscal discipline to cut interest rates and spur growth. Investing in our people to prepare them for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products
  • in our people to prepare them for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new pathways to peace and freedom. What we did, in this chamber, across this country, in these years
  • opportunity, we are embracing a new strategy for prosperity: Fiscal discipline to cut interest rates and spur growth. Investing in our people to prepare them for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products
  • to your future, even as we have erased the deficit we have nearly doubled investments in education and training. And because we knew that growth at home depends on growth abroad, we have worked hard to open new markets for your products
  • to get the shackles off the American people. And that's what the attempt to balance the budget while increasing our investment in the future was about; the attempt to open new markets around the world to America's products ~ still a major issue for our
  • the debt entirely for the first time since 1835. And we can keep the economy growing by opening new markets here at home in our hardest-pressed communities -- and by opening new markets for American products and services around the world. We especially need
  • their markets. Unlike many large corporations, small businesses have problems entering new markets. While NAFTA and the Uruguay round of GATT are opening markets abroad, the Administration's reinventing government initiative has increased small business' access
  • - while paying off the debt by 2015, while investing in America's new markets, while providing substantial tax relief. I have . targeted·$250 billion in tax cuts to help families save for retirement, and other cuts to help pay for child care and long-term
  • and $3.6 billioIlin tax incentives over five years for climate change initiatives including credits, for the purchase of energy-ef~cient homes, cars and appliarices. Community Empowerm.ent: • New Markets Initiative: a new package oftax credit and loan
  • of the largest minority owned retail supermarkets in the South, thanks to the support of the Wall Street Project in his purchase of several stores from A&P during itsrecentdivestiture of stores in Alabama and Georgia. S0 NEW MARKETS INITIATIVE Since President
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  • Re-employment Initiative Helping Adults Who Lack Basic Skills Welfare Rolls Decline as More Recipients go to Work Additional Welfare-to-Work Assistance New Markets Investments Initiative Empowerment Zones Community Development Financial Institutions
  • , community development banks, and now, through our New Markets Initiative. Especially we need to make sure our young people are prepared for this new economy, by helping every child enter school ready to learn and graduate ready to succeed. More Americans
  • has not yet reached these Indian reservations. America -- in our inner cities, poor rural areas, and on our new businesses, and hire new workers right here in need a 21st Century revolution to open new markets, start To keep our historic economic
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  • levels of uncertainty in estimating future costs (see page 3 and Appendix A). A question behind the question of "How much how fast?" is "What is the capacity of the health insurance/health plan industry to adapt to the new market and contain insurance
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  • are beginning to scrutinize the drug companies' changing marketing · strategies. The Food and Drug Adminis­ tration is looking into the new marketing tactics to determIne whetherlhey violate laws. on patient safety and disclosure. And Ifow, the Health and HUman
  • worked hard to open new markets around the world. But it was clear to us six years ago: some of the greatest emerging new markets for American products are not half-way around the world, but half-way down the block -- in our inner cities and rural
  • that-op.po.rtunity.. r convened this :Sul11l11it with three ·. ' . . ' i .. . ·: '. '··;·. . .. ·. . .·· j . . . ' . / )•_. ,· cleat.·goal~:· to ,open new market~ arid extend free trade' throughout the hemisphere
  • NEW MARKETS TRIP:—DRAFT FROM DIGITAL DIVIDE TO DIGITAL OPPORTUNITY Highlighting Technology's Economic Opportunity in Shiprock April 17, 2000 TODAY, PRESIDENT CLINTON WILL VISIT SHIPROCK, NEW MEXICO TO HIGHLIGHT HOW ACCESS TO TECHNOLOGY CAN LEAD
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  • in the two fastest growing regions of the world. * New markets are being forged open. The U.S.-Japan auto and auto parts agreement gave u.s. manufacturers real access for the first time ever -- to the second largest auto market in the world. ENHANCED U.S
  • and love they owe their children;7} a new bargain oftax cuts and othermeasures to reward work and family; and 8) , , a major expansion of New Markets to help all communities share in economic prosperity. . • • . • I l.'Early ChildhoodlUniversal Pre
  • . - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - : - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - . Nanda Chitre 07/31/2000 92:45:25 PM Record Type: Record To: cc: . Subject: 7/31 Remarks By the President at China: Florida's New Market of Opportunity Event THEWHITE HOUSE Office of the Pres·s Secretary (Tampa, Florida) For Immediate Release July
  • discipline to cut interest rates and spur growth. Investments in education and skills, in science and technology, to prepare our people for the new economy, Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new
  • ($465 million in new BA), • • ,. $18 million far civil rights programs (Civil Rights Division $:0 million. EEOC $3 million, and LSC $5 million) ($669 million), $1 million for thc, US Parole Commission ($S mi1l!{m), $17 million for the New Markets
  • Congress is clear. I think it is imperative that we understand that a key reason more people are working and that wages are rising and that unemployment is d o w n to the lowest level in more than t w o decades is that we have opened new markets and w o n
  • in 1999 with Speaker Hastert to launch our New Markets initiative- and we worked across party lines to pass it last month, and leverage $15 billion in new investment for hard-pressed urban and rural areas. And we made Chicago an Empowerment Zone in 1994
  • Institute for Staff Development. (3 pages) 07/07/1999 P5 COLLECTION: Clinton Presidential Records Speechwriting JeffShesol OA!Box Number: CLINTON LIBRARY PHOTOCOPY 19945 FOLDER TITLE: New Markets I- Anaheim- NAF [National Academy Foundation] 7/8/99
  • for all Americans with. a separate New Markets focus. . New MarketslEconomic Development • Propose New $ J00 Million Broadband Deployment Initiative for New Market Area~: Provides grants tbstates and local areaS,to plan for and install high:-speed
  • the Tight . . . . \. . ~~~~~,~~\~~~~~~~-'~~ · cltrectisn. ~l:et3 s move forward wtth our hand . · G(~~-\)\~~~~. outstretched. - opening new markets in China, ~ opens new opportunities right here in America. ·We can deepen your roots in the land your
  • a stronger American economy, but toward a safer, saner world. We must continue to open new markets in America, as well. One of the very best ways we can keep growing without generating new inflation is to find new businesses and new employees and new
  • 'lie millions of Americans move from welfare to work. In the coming weeks I will have more to say about I my New Opportunity Agenda, more ideas to offer on reforming education, renewing families, closing the · digital divide, opening new markets
  • , there are still places in America where small firms have not fully participated in the nation's phenomenal economic recovery. We are committed to helping these new markets gain access to our programs and services. As a "gap lender" that is addressing imperfections
  • schon I constructiofi}, Heal'h L Long !enn care 2, Disabled worker credit Climate change initiatives Child care tax credits Revitalize communities • New Markets • Beuer America Bonds Lo....' income housing tax credil • . Tax Simplification
  • ~ 1.000 o 10 to 15 t""' ,.... 3t06 n >< 5to 18 10 to 35 3:000 ·3.600 0.200 n o §2 n ..... t""' 11.000 8.000 O.BOO 4.000 B.OOO New Markets Initiative and Empowerment Zones Expanded New Markets Tax Credit Expanded Empowerment Zones Credit
  • not only our agreements with our partners but also our regulations on trade: earlier this fall, we announced a major overhaul of our export control regime, relaxing restraints on the export of high technology equipment and opening new markets for American
  • and financial literacy for all Americans with aseparate New Markets focus, New MarketslEconomic Development • Propose New $100 Million Broadband Deployment Initiative/or New Market Areas: Provides grants to states and local areas to' plan for and install high
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  • a process for more open and competitive trade in our hemisphere and the Asia Pacific. These efforts have paid off for our people. The global economy is not a zero sum game -- we are creating good jobs at home by nurturing new markets abroad. The President
  • discipline to cut interest rates and spur growth. Investments in education and skills, in science and technology, to prepare our people for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new
  • and training. And because we knew that growth at home depends on growth abroad, we have worked hard to open new markets for your products - and will continue to do so as we fight to restore traditional trade authority. Today, America's progress is unmistakable
  • divide, opening new markets, expanding access to . . health care and child care - everything that works together to expand opportunity. _ 7 But today I Want to announce an important element of my. plan, one that is emblematic of our overall approach
  • there into a success. Now, when these societies are most fragile, is not the time to cut this lifeline for democracy. And a neo-isolationist budget would directly damage our own livelihoods. Our economy depends on new markets for U.S. goods and high-paying jobs
  • to cut interest rates and spur growth. 7 Investing in onr peoplp, \y{science and technology, education and skills,Jto prepare tlprrf for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers
  • the potential of the new economy. We must maintain our fiscal discipline, to keep interest rates low and spur the creation of new businesses and high-wage jobs. We must continue to open new markets around the world. And we must continue to make historic
  • today. Every country will ,rise or fall in the next millennium on the basis of how they cate for each other. It matters littie if they open new markets or expand trade, if their GDE and GNP and all those other initials go up if the quality of life
  • of its people? :' You have kept alive the dream of upl~d mobility for people, and that will continue with the' . education reforms I heard about today from the Minister of Education. And your continued access to new markets where not only the ideas
  • represented the world's ripest andniost lucrative new market for international trade. ' , History proved more complicated than some of those economists guessed. Colonialism left the African la~dscape rife with arbitrary divisions -- divisions of class, culture
  • and criminals. • And I urged Congress to move forward on our New Markets legislation, which passed the House with a wide bipartisan majority. But instead of action, all we've gotten are false starts and empty promises. They've accomplished nothing. • I also
  • needed to keep American agriculture competitive into the 21" century and to · " improve the quality oflife for all Americans, such as research on food safety, new uses for agricultural products, developing new markets for agricultural trade
  • agriculture competitive into the 21" century and to improve the quality oflife for all Americans, such as research on food safety, new uses for agricultural products, developing new markets for agricultural trade, and improving the environment through efforts
  • needs through internal production, develop restorative approaches for neighboring communities, or test new marketing approaches. NIl estimates the cost of this project at $2 million annually. Advocates of work in prisons suggest that, besides producing
  • means rewarding work and family. It means giving businesses the same incentives to invest in new markets here in America that we give them to invest in new markets overseas. It means continuing to expand global trade and, especially giving America's
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  • Administration's economic policies -- restoring growth, igniting investor confidence, opening up new markets -creating economic opportunity and jobs for America's forgotten middle class. BACKGROUND While most attention is focussed on computers and other high
  • Security's benefits to reduce poverty among elderly women., These steps would be a down payment on'truly saving Social Security. Encouraging Investment in Underserved Communities with the New Markets Initiative. President Clinton's New Markets Initiative
  • opened new markets for our goods and services through NAFTA and GATT. We have worked to enlarge the world's community of market democracies. And we have_ adapted our security policies to this new era with a sweeping Bottom Up Review of our defense needs
  • new markets. That makes us -- .. more prosperous, too. And a stable and democratic South Africa, working with its neighbors to restore and maintain the peace; that makes us more secure as well. And perhaps most.important of all, in this age of ethnic
  • carefully planned assistance and technical support programs have helped to privatize and rationalize a vast new market Eventually, that market can absorb billions of dollars in American exports and support tens of thousands of jobs back home. These are. some
  • families more safe and secure -- curbing the spread of nuclear weapons and combatting terrorism and international· crime. We have engaged to increase our prosperity -opening new markets around the world and creating new, high-wage jobs. And we have engaged
  • that we will win the peace that follows our 50 years of Cold War struggle. Democracy is fragile; it needs nurturing. Not all of the new market economies have taken deep root. Aggression by rogue states, ethnic intolerance, international terrorism
  • new markets for agriculture, new markets for automobiles, new markets for high-tech equipment, new markets for telecommunications equipment. We will be able for the first time, for example, to sell cars there, or sell auto parts there, without either
  • customer:::;1 t" :'. " ,,' . 'j(\"ont;;GC:i I j;.Jtit:,i pro.. ut:tI~en tel.: line::., • impron:d eompctitkcHess, ,Jnd, . . , , • cW(lr
  • highway system across America. In 1990, that figure had shrunk to just above one percent. How can we expect our economy not to shrink also, until we reverse that trend? We must find new markets, expand trade, make trade fair for Americans, and ensure
  • -- internatioml.l crime, terrorism and drug trafficking ... environmental degradation ... terrible diseases like AIDS and malaria. ·It means we will open new markets that will spur new jobs on both sides of the Atlantic. Your strength can be our success ... your
  • strain. Chile is especially wlnerable to All good things must slow down from massacre . among THe BCOIIOIIIJT MA&CH 7TH l998 35 THE AMERICAS East Asia's .woes. Thanks to its search for . new markets, 33% of its $17 billion of ex~ ports in 1997
  • to open new markets. Mr. Prime Minister, I'm grateful for the warmth of your hospitality this week, and for the continuing wisdom of your counsel. Ladies and gentlemen, Prime Minister Chretien. \ 2/21/94 Noon PRESIDENT WILLIAM JEFFERSON CLINTON BUSINESS
  • frittering away our victory in the Cold War. Let me remind you: It is not by any means assured that we will win the peace that follows our 50 years of Cold War struggle. Democracy is fragile; it needs nurturing. Not all ofthe new market economies have taken
  • American jobs by opening new markets for our exports; and to support the forces of peace, democracy and human rights around the world who look to America for leadership. . -more- 2 The proposed cuts in the international affairs budget are dangerous
  • For Ordinary People new markets opened to American products 3 years in a row of declining deficits 3 million new jobs in 16 months V BATTLE CRY * Renew The American Dream compete and win we must renew the promise of America Jl Economic Message Mission
  • for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new pathways to peace and freedom. What we did, in this chamber, across this country, in these years, was nothing less than to give America new
  • for the largest budget increase for new and existing programs to assist tribal nations. That's why I traveled last year to Pine Ridge and today to the Navajo Nation. That's why I have made Indian Country such an important focus of my New Markets Initiative. I want
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  • New Markets tour, which will begin in the week of April the 16th. But before I begin, I would like to acknowledge two very important developments yesterday in America's ongoing fight to protect our children from the dangers of guns falling
  • , education and skills, to prepare them for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new pathways to peace and freedom. In this chamber and across this country, Americans have worked
  • in the world. It gives many more investments ·to. what we call America's New Markets, from the inner cities to poor rural areas .to Nat'ive American reservations. This b\ldget also offers tax cuts to America's working families to help pay for college or save
  • have regained our position as the world's leading exporter. Last year u.s. trade in goods and. services exceeded one trillion dollars. . . ,',. opening up new markets is the key to new job creation and · , - 3 - , economic grc)wth. NAFTA
  • had already supported to bring the same kinds of investment opportunity and jobs to America's. new markets, to people in places here in this country who have not yet participated in our prosperity, in rural areas, inner cities, on our Native American
  • wages in two decades - and inflation fell to its lowest since the 1960s. We achieved our first back-to-back budget surpluses in42 years. With support from members of Congress on both sides of the aisle, I launched a New Markets Initiative, to reach those
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  • friend of mine; a friend to American businesses and American workers everywhere, who did more to create good jobs by opening new markets to our products and services than anybody who ever held his position. He was also a friend to millions of people
  • . Progress on the New Markets Initiative In his State of the Union, the President proposed to bring more private investment to all areas of the United States. The President .and Congressional Leaders have pledged to work together to enact authorization
  • to bridge the digital divide by agreeing to dyvote time and energy toward bringing digital opportunity to more Americans. • Make new and innovative commitments to schools, families and local communities. ' • Participate in the President's New Markets
  • legislation to expand trade with Africa and the Caribbean Basin. China - with more than a billion people - is the largest new market in the world. Over the last 20 years U.S. exports to China have grown from negligible levels to over $14 billion each year. Our
  • n:J:aat internatim::al crime· and. drug trafficking, and develop free markets that offer •'~t::::·Jl·l:illti': :Jpportunitie::: tq :ill th·e:ir people. . . · The t .."1
  • elected officials in Tucson, Arizona on November 15 th to pursue the goals and mission of th~ Executive Order. I . 1 'I' NEW MARKETS I ' " 1 I
  • .iDderde'fe!oped in terms of business opportunities. It is important to recognize, however, that this '"'new markets" i.nitiati\'c cannot ·thrive without also nurturing the underdeveloped human talent mthese distreSsed areas. We must have new minds for new
  • is generating new jobs and opening new markets from Monterrey to Medicine Hat, is the proof. And now, as Prime Minister Chretien has said so well, we are on the road to becoming Four Amigos. Consultations with Chile for accession to NAFT A will soon be underway
  • the authority to conclude new market-opening trade agreements. Such authority was crucial. to our ability to secure the Information Technology Agreement that wiped out tariffs in a $1 trillion sector. It will help us complete our initiatives in Latin America
  • —that our economic Latin America will quickly erode. future depends increasingly on finding new markets for competitive U.S. suppliers. Since The Administration needs to embrace 1986, U.S. exports to Mexico have more than NAFTA fully as part of its economic
  • to succeed, and those who don't. At the start of this new century, as our new economy surges forward, we know there are people and places being left behind. Over the past year, on my New Markets tours, I have " traveled to many of them - from the hills
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  • to adapt to the new market and containinsur­ ance premium increases?" A key determi­ nant will be whether health plans can ' estimate future costs in the reformed market with enough certainty to allow aggressive (low) premium setting. A related determi­
  • for Col)gress to raise the minimum· wage ... to pass bipartisan New Markets legislation to carry opportunity to every comer of our. country .. ~ to hel~ close the growing digital divide between those who have · the skills and the tools to succeed
  • of the Americas with three clear goals: to open new markets and create a free trade area throughout our hemisphere; to strengthen our democracies; and to bring togeth'er our nations to improve the quality of life for our people. If we are successful, Le Summit
  • to imports, too many other markets still remain closed to our exports, American workers stand to gain from new market-opening trade agreements which will require far more from our trading partners than from us. For example, under NAFTA, Mexico is lowering its
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  • in perspective. Economic Development: On top of your Empowerment Zones, the Community Reinvestment Act, the Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) fund, you will announce on Friday the New Markets Initiative, which will dramatically expand capital
  • record misfile defined in accordance with 44 U.S.C. 2201(3). RR. Document will be reviewed upon request. .March 18, 2000 IANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT GENE SPERLING MARIA ECHAVESTE STEPHANIE STREETT T: APRIL PRESIDENTIAL NEW MARKETS TRIP TO BRIDGE
  • and create new markets for United States agricultural exports or increase the volume or value of United Stat.es agricul­ tural exports; and (C) disseminating information on successful methods used to develop and expand markets for United States agricultural
  • in funding for Rural and Urban Empowerment Zones in FY 2000 -- after Congress initially provided no funding. Encouraging Investment in Underserved Communities with the New Markets Initiative. President Clinton's New Markets Initiative is helping to bring
  • . And they should do something else-pass our New Markets Initiative that would provide tax credits and loan guarantees to promote private investment in hard-pressed communities. I want to thank Congressman Rangel for ~~\.~~u:tintroducing this important legislation
  • dedicated himself and this organization to extending the benefits of trade to the least developed countries. Here in Seattle, [at least 38] developing countries are moving toward admission to the WTO, Let's pledge not only to open new markets, but to help
  • COMPONENTS The Ad:ninistration's urban agenda is built around the following components: • Help sill communities tnuuriOQD to the New EcootJlny. The President's New Markets Initiative is designed to increase the ability of underserved communitits to gain
  • 'their children; 7) a new bargain of tax cuts and other measures to reward work 'and family; and 8) . a major expansion of New Markets to help all communities share in economic prosperity ... 1.. Early ChildhoodlUniversal Pre-School. . With a significant down
  • ·, prosperoJs Central Europe is good for . . . . . . I . I America because it will become a huge new market for our goods and services. . . . . I. I. I I .I . I I I . America is also - - . i 5 ~ng~ged .with Central Europe because itis
  • ) $36,0.00,0.00 for SBA Salaries and Expenses, and an additional $10,500,0.00 for the New Markets initiative; subject to au­ thorization; (4) $6,000.,000. for SBA Business Loans fo~ th.e New Markets initiative, subject t~ authonzation; and (5) $21,00.0.,000
  • : .. :. . ::;.~-\ \'~-:~'"~ fllalaria. It mean~ we will open new markets that spur new jobs on both sides of the Atlantic. It means we will together deepen the meaning of democracy ... not just in America ... not just in Africa .. ·. but everywhere freedom is calling. Africa needs
  • arid to make' rules for trade that support our · values. It is nothing more than an international commitment to doing what we're trying to do here with the New Markets agenda and with the empowerment zones. I really believe if we work • it right we can
  • . . ' · ·· . I did not reach my decision in the Conoco. ~ase lightly. . · · One of the m·ajor hallmark~:ofiny.Administration's · foreign policy has been opening new markets abroad artd· aggressively I?.elping our firms to compete globally . .. However
  • this quietA. revolution in our hemisphere has produced: 34 out of35 countries now democracies. Coups and conflicts giving way to peace and stability. IncreasiQ.gly strong and open economies creating . new wealth and new markets. J:.he ~opleofl.atin America
  • . A New Economic Partnership • Asia's economies most dynamic on earth. One quarter of the world's output. Growing every day, creating new markets. · ,. • Most Important U.S. Trading Partner: More than 50% of U.S. trade with nations of the Pacific
  • - © ^ ^ ^ e , it^technology^etttdi skills, to prepare t for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new pathways to peace and freedom. ^thuse ycarj, wau nolhing less lhan to gh c Amorica
  • ^^ marriage penalty tax reltef for A ^ raise the^minimum Wage; pass a strong enforceable patient's bill ofrights;pass ajuv^nil^jirsttce^bili ;that closes the gun show loophole; hate crimes^egislation.and the New Markets legislation; and makekey^es^^ 4
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  • forth in 1993 with a new strategy to create a new economy. Fiscal discipline. Investing in our people. Seeking new markets for our goods abroad. We balanced the budget for the first time in 30 years — and we increased investment in education and training
  • them out of the market. If you want to stay in the insurance business in MORE Diversified Reporting Services, Inc. 918 16TH STREET, N.W. SUITE 803 , WASHINGTON, D.C. (202) 296·2929 20006 • 3 the new market that we're trying to create, you will want
  • tragic byproducts of the global marketplace. And it's a sta.r:k reminder that globalization can bring problems as well as promise. We know that in many places changes in technology and trade in the global economy have already •brought new markets
  • President Gore and I convened 4 the first Summit of the Americas in Miami. This was a 3-day meeting of the 34 heads of state from Central and South America to discuss ways to open new markets, encourage greater trade, and improve the quality of life
  • cut through an increase in the expensing provision; .J ,· • expanding ·trade through NA:FTA,, GATT, and opening new markets . in Asia and the. Americas; ,., • 8 o 8 signed law· requiri11g Co.ngress to abide by requirements it places
  • ~ority is to open new markets and help launch a new Partnership for Prosperity. We have an opportunity to -,, build on the momentum ofNAFTA and GATT-- to create a free trade area that stretches from Alaska to Argentina. We should be specific and concrete
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  • consecutive years of lower deficits • Low unemployment and low inflation: the lowest combined rate in 27 years ...... · • Aggressive trade policies have opened new markets for American goods • High wage jobs through education: Direct Student lending
  • force is global competition, which has reinforced the same trends, imperiling the jobs of those who must compete with low-wage workers elsewhere on the planet, while rewarding those better equipped to take advantage of new markets for American insights
  • by an audience health-care revision. that has fought for some of the best has a trade surplus with Mexico, Speaking just before Clinton, AFL- health coverage available to workers. would get new markets under the CIO President Une Kirkland said the "I am pleading
  • insurers see a potentially lucrative new market in the health plan emerging from the White House. Five big insurers, Aetna, Cigna, Met ropolitan Life, Prudential and Travelers, have formed an alliance to promote the idea of managed competition, which
  • - KING AM-FM - News - Interview with Kirk Bauermarket of over 600,000 WUSA - Channel 9 - 2/27/97 Local DC CBS affiliate covers DC, Southwest Maryland, NorthEast Virginia market on 5 pm, 6pm, llpm evening news. (market = 607,000) WRC - Channel 7
  • price controls, rejected the ability of the Medicare program to use a formulary, phased out the Medicaid prescription drug rebate program, provided a huge new market by requiring that every American have drug coverage, created new incentives
  • monopolists. Any Government contract or award that · fundS someone to do something new carries with it the possibility that the activity may overtake an existing market, or create. an entirely new market of ils own, in which the contractor or awardee has
  • shelf life. regulations. Through negotiations with animal and plant health officials in foreign countries, USDA obtained new markets for American agricultural produc·ts estimated to be worth $34 million annually. -more- !J-2­ The President~s Northwest
  • constituents wishing to move forward on the path of sustainable agriculture, forestry and rural communities, whether it be in new research and marketing programs, education, or extension for individual farmers, statistics and information in new markets
  • a course to change the culture of thl~ U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). wnile th~ media has focused most of its attention on Espy's efforts to open new markets for Americall agricultu~ei enhance the Safety of our nation's food supply, streamline
  • detin.ed new ways to ·reinv:i,g6ra:te .all our. economies;. whiie. al'so 'helpfng the new market economies of Europe I s'east. ·_ With our NATO Alli~s I . we: .established . ; the; Par:thersQ.ip 'for· Peace> whic'h wf-11 .·Q.ra-w: ouf ·former' Soviet. an'd
  • destruction; new markets for U.S. prOducts; and. · · but not out...· . . · , ·-~ . program, the 'American' Bar .A8soci8- · powerfUl, reliable partner· for diplo-: . . . PerhaPs the most important poirit tion iS helping the RU88iarl Gov~rnment - niacy as well
  • , and this year he submitted to Congress the first genuine balanced budget in 17 years. 2. Opening new markets to create jobs for American workers. More than 1 million new export-related jobs have been created under the Clinton Administration. 3. Investing in our
  • budgetary discipline are always there. The Russian Government ha:s some tough steering ahead a:s it approaches the pa~sage of the 1995 budget through Parliament. Shaping. a new market economy out of the lunacy of central planning,. the distortion
  • and openness that simplify trade and travel also benefit the merchants of terror, crime and drugs -who increasingly are forming global criminal cartels that derail young democracies, distort new markets and put all our children in danger. Often, they're I
  • interest above his self-interest. I did not reach my decision in the Conoco case lightly. Oneofthe major hallmarks of my Administration's foreign policy has been opening new markets abroad and aggressively helping our firms to compete globally. However
  • is generating new jobs and opening new markets from Monterrey to Medicine Hat, is the proof. And now, as Prime Minister Chretien has said -~--~-------------- -------- ----c-:------~--------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ---- 9 so well, we
  • to the IMF. Others invoive long-term fixes to the Bretton Woods system-- including developing mechanisms to tame the cycles of expansion and contraction that are shaking the world economy.· Still others concern reforms we have urged new market economies
  • of expansion and co11traction that are shaking the world economy. The President is pressing the world's leading economies to define and implement these changes expeditiously. Still other. solutions concern reforms we have urged new market economies to adopt
  • , .. -and to create new markets for our products and jobs for American ;workers. We do not have a vote in Russian elections, and we do not ~~ve a crystal ball. But several l . points are clear for the United States. First, we must support ~ot :individuals
  • economic development and create much-needed jobs.' The President's fiscal yem' 2000 budget request includes a "new markets" initiative that, through tcpc incentives and expanded access to capital, could have a dramatic impact on the quality of life
  • Europe, we . ' . promote stability and prosperity in a region that will become a vast new market for American goods and services. By assisting developing nations in their fight against overpopulation, AIDS, drug smuggling and other transnational threats
  • partnership in redeveloping blighted areas of our cities most in need and is an essential component of the New Markets Inilialive. Below are some suggested themes for the President's remarks that highlight our opportunity for comprehensive Brownfields
  • in Underserved Communities with the New Markets Initiative. President Clintqn's New Markets Initiative is helping to bring economic development and renewal to communities that have not benefited from the soaring economy by prompting approximately $15 billion
  • provisions. ,,' , , New Markets Initiative To promot~ Administration initiatives to bring equity capital to under-served communities., To , enact the New Markets Tax Credit. ,To support SBA, HUD and NEC in their efforts to develop 'and enact l~gislation
  • - October 13, 2000 - National Neighborhood Networks Week Begins Tomorrow (3) 33. Daily Focus - October 17, 2000 - National Neighborhoods Network, Week Underway (2) 34. New Markets Booklet (51) 35. Now Is The Time - Places Left Behind In The New Economy
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  • authority to penalize and requiring companies to keep their retirement plans sufficiently funded. (Retirement Protection Act) Opening New Markets to Create Jobs for U.S. Workers • Exports have surged 31% over the last three years because President Clinton
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  • that []. Once again, the American economy is poised to be engine of global growth. But this comprehensive economic strategy cannot succeed if we do not open new markets for our products. More than ever before, no wealthy nation can grow stronger without
  • , the key to exports is new markets. Latin America is the world's second fastest growing market. And Mexico is the gateway to Latin America. - We have a trade problem - with Asia. But we don't have a trade problem with Latin America. As the nations of our
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  • that protect favored cO}1lpanies from new competitors, new products, and new marketing strategies constitute a very direct kind of managed trade. Failure of government agencies to enforce laws designed to prevent cartels and other collusive arrangements from
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  • . These are the people who show their faith in this country every day. They take risks every day that people who make their fortunes in the stock market would never understand. They know we live in a global economy. 1 They know we need new markets. They know we need
  • and Medicare, to 1 .. . -'t ·modernizing Medicare with a prescription-drug benefit. We must continue to open new markets at home, in the places our prosper!ty has yet to reach. And we must continue to expand trade abroad~ from China to Africa
  • ' . . . ·. development, democratic.: government, ·and p'ol_it,ical stability.. in . ,.'' )' key new markets like the.· foriner Soviet Union,_· Latin America, ', 0~ ~ell. interdepende~ce can be a source-of Th~ rec~nt econo~ic ~risis /'-~.;_~oi~t. II courser
  • systematic manner, would provide uS with the infomlation we need to make sure we are serving all customers well. This report describes bow we have improved the WdY we collect feedback using our new Market Measurement Program, wbat we cu~enti}' do
  • of the Americas with three clear goals: to open new markets and create a free trade area throughout our hemisphere; to strengthen our democracies; and to bring together our nations to improve the quality of life for our people. If we are successful, the Summit
  • workers, fanners and business people gain access to new markets, it means new jobs and when consumers can benefit from lower-cost imports, that means more money in their pockets. In tum, these mean better education and health care for their families
  • of the most disadvantaged young people in central cities and rural communities across America. The President's budget provides $250 million for Youth Opportunity Grants, which . are a critical component of the New Markets Initiative • House Bill Guts
  • trading partners cannot afford to be our adversaries. We must break down economic bamers among all nations, so that the global economy can lead to a safer and more stable world. In the last five years, we have led the way in opening new markets
  • and technology and transportation, to prepare our people for the new economy. New markets for American products and American workers. When I took office, the deficit for 1998 was projected to be $357 billion, and heading higher. This year, our deficit
  • from it. In the last five years, we have led the way in opening new markets, with 240 trade agreements^ Q»-policyLis_lo_ remove foreign barriers to products that bear the proud stamp, "Made in the USA." 24 In the coming decade, we can create
  • and skills/ to prepare SSg^-for the new economy. Tearing down trade barriers to open new markets for American products and American workers, and new pathways to peace and freedom. this chamber and acrpsSmis country, Americans have worked to giv?oTn^iation
  • to grcatei piospeiilyrbul lo greater peace and ^stability_as3[elL^ 23 - In the last five years, we have led the way in opening up new markets, negetetln^22Q/rade agreements^-'^Trd everysjaat/onr nf tlinii removes foreign barriers to products that bear
  • as a world leader to bre#kaown trade barriers among all ^rations so thftHne global economy wi4HeadToa safer wo In the last five years, we have led the way in opening up new markets. We have negotiated 220 trade agreements, and every single one of them
  • , gaming, violence against women, the census, housing, education, welfare reform, and healthcare. This collection also holds information concerning Presidential Initiatives such as the President’s Initiative on Race and the New Markets Tour. The collection
  • and the New Markets Tour. Also included are policy discussions concerning topics specific to Native American interests such as reservation boundaries, reservation tourism, tribal colleges, and sacred sites (the Kennewick Man).
  • request - maintaining the lO-fold increase from the $3 million funding in 1998. . PROGRESS ON THE NEW MARKETS INITIATIVE: In his State ofthe Union, President Clinton proposed to bring more private investment to all areas of the United States. The President
  • , "They are the harbingers of a much worse 21st century than anything we've seen in the half century of American leadership." It does not have to be that way. Ifwe continue to invest in democracy, in arms control, in stability in the developing world, in the new markets
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  • the digital divide; · . workforce-oriented initiatives; rewarding work and family; ex-offenders and enfranchisement; and related elements of your New Markets and 'On'e America Initiative, including ·the possible release of your race book. · · Location
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  • recovers later this year. There are signs this is happening. · In Europe, for e~ample, soroe are now forecasting that growth might be stronger U1is year, than in the United States. A stronger Europe would boost U.S. exports, and provide new markets for all
  • ~de~al Empowennent Zones.. lo~ .. . .l)J~~ 'itruA .~ .e\.~Ii":F"'P"'~ And, second, fill out the National Community Investment Structure with new measures: . • .• '.' . ~.~~(~' -(\ \. ~ c.f,tt(A~ Follow-through on the New Markets
  • has had for the last 23 years to open new markets for American products through tough new trade agreements? 25 Or will we turn away from the vast opportunities offered by the rising regions of the world and let our competitors gain a lock
  • historic economic expansion going, the subject of a lot of discussion in this community and others, I believe we need a 21st century revolution to open new markets, start new businesses, hire new workers right here in America, in our inner cities, poor
  • of them ~ to open new markets to American products. Our markets in general have been open to the world for decades. The core of our national economic strategy has been to open the world's markets to us. Our workers, when given a fair chance, can outcompete
  • ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY President Clinton's New Markets Initiative: In his 1999 State of the Union, President Clinton proposed the New Markets initiative to help spur economic development in urban and rural communities that have not shared fully
  • Clinton's New Markets Initiative is helping to bring economic development and renewal to communities that have not benefited from the soaring economy. BUILDING ONE AMERICA: President's One America Initiative. President Clinton has led the nation
  • and other places that are not yet sharing in our booming growth. Our New Markets Initiative has brought new sources of credit and expertise, along with top-flight business leaders, to places like Hermitage, Arkansas and Clarksdale, Mississippi. 7 And it's
  • for· middle-· . class Ainericans.~targeted tax cuts that preserVe our· fiscal discipline; that boost investment in America's New ... Markets, our inner cities,.rural areas, and Native .· American reservations; that help our people to save for retirement
  • to open new markets to U.S. exports, to monitor our trade agreements to ensure our trading partners are living up to their obligations; and to enforce our trade laws. There were times during the Cold War when we sometimes looked the other way when our
  • institutions to new markets ... to update vital protections for America's citizens ... to uphold the right to privacy, which Brandeis called "the right most valued by civilized men." 2 In the new industrial age, when men and women feared becoming small cogs
  • an information superhighway that spans the oceans, we will create new markets that can benefit everyone by expanding overall growth. Third, we will truly look ahead and confront the global population and environmental crisis. In coming years, economic growth
  • to be done is significant. 'Of the thirteen appropriation bills, only two have been enacted. In addition, the list of uncompleted non-appropriation issues is long, including Patients Bill of Rights, Minirrium Wage, Hate Crimes, Immigration Fairness, New
  • medicine. You know what can happen when new market forces squeeze our cherished Academic Health Centers -- and y~m have shown in Boston what can be ( - - accomplished when managed care plans join forces with our teaching hospitals. What the President
  • will do more -- to open new markets, to enforce our trade laws, and to ensure that an expansion of trade works to the benefit of our workers, our environment and our communities. This is a time of breathtaking transformations. The global economy now moves
  • deployments. By supporting democratic refonri and the transition to free markets in the former Soviet Unionand.Central Europe, we promote stability and prosperity in a region that will become a vast new market for American goods and services. By assisting
  • . The growth of new technologies and new markets does not in any way reduce our fundamental responsibility to break up unfair trade practices wherever we find them. In the new economy, the rules apply to all, no matter what their claim to privilege. Opportunity
  • has opened a new market for us and has given us opportunities that never before existed. The free trade agreement will open up that market even further.... The majority of the inputs we purchase --from lumber to equipment- is U.S.-made. We buy lumber
  • sup~rhighway, we will create new markets to expand overall growth. eoonany. Third, we will face the tinderbox issues of global population and the environmental crisis. In coming years, prosperity and security will depend more than ever on progress
  • Clinton September '14, 1993 Washington, D.C. Background The North American Free Trade Agreement· (NAFTA) went into effect on January 1, 1994. But the potential for developing new markets and free trade with Mexico and Canada has been increasingly apparent
  • compete, and we have: With both part es working together, we have opened new markets, increased Americ n exports and created new {} 6 ~Jf aore L U nor ~tnr . We high-paying jobs hera at home. New trade with Mexico and Canada under NAFTA has created
  • stability and prosperity in a region that will become a vast new market for American goods and se~ices. By ' ' assisting developing nations ln their fight against overpopulation, AIDS,· drug smuggling and other transnational · threats, we're making. sure
  • . So I have proposed a New Markets Initiative to bring $15 billion in new private-sector investment to communities too long cut off from our prosperity, a doubling of micro-enterprise loans for small entrepreneurs, and a dramatic increase in funding
  • in the House version of the bill. Such funding levels would impede NIST's standards leadership and delay construction of its Advanced Measurement Labofalory. Small Business Administration ~- New Markets, The Administration is very concerned that neither
  • to the Nation's 24 million small businesses. In addition, the conference report does not include funds for your New Markets Initiative to invest in targeted rural and urban areas. Although funds were added to SBA in the conference negotiations, these funds were
  • -·, • "~. ~. '~'. ' _ . _ ' . '.......... ' . '.'1... r . . . ."t>. f:" ,pu -, •• ' - . ' . ' .,' • .-~.L {.I -. '.~. ~'~' •. ~. ,...., researc h' "d"" . . . , •• ' , _,.0' • 'J.'::'~_~ '.' . '.' too elvers'lI-ee:mar)(et-oata'reportS-: '", '. -... ~ , Exp'9nn g' New. Markets
  • are moving forward. Economic Accomplishments: EITC. New Markets. Small Business Loans (last year alone, SBA granted nearly 3 times as many loans to Hispanic entrepreneurs as it did in 1992). Equal Opportunity Accomplishments: An Administration that looks like
  • . • Slashes Youth Opportunity Grants - a vital part of the New Markets initiative - from $250 million to $175 million. The President requested $375 million to provide comprehensive employment and training assistance to 75,000 out-of-school young people in high
  • on record (comparable data go back to 1994) Between 1994 and 1999 the number of African American families that ow-ned their own homes increased by 1.1 million. Encouraging Investment in lJndencrvcd Communitic~ with the New Markets Initiative. President
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  • for the Deaf and hard of families. hearing. As well as full sound and America's largest new market. Estimated to , thing but predictable. Movies audio-descripted ./ •• 4."'~I~~ anJn ternatil::mally___ _ famous composer who is blind . television
  • accounted for 30 percent of our growth until the financial crisis hit Asia, working peopl~ strongly resi~t new market-opening measures. There are many reasons. In advanced countries the benefits of open trade outweigh the burdens: But they are wid~ly spread
  • entangling China in a web of international arrangements necessitated by a global economy: The need for capital to fuel China's growth-- for which China must compete with other compelling new markets around the world .,.- increases the need for greater rule
  • , the global economy requires us to seek opportunity not just at home, but in all the markets of the world. We must shape this global economy, not shrink from it. In the last five years, we have led the way in opening new markets, with 240 trade agreements
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  • , redevelopment, reclaiming of "brownfields," and expansion of Empowerment Zones. • Second, fill out the National Community Investment Structure with new measures: (1) follow through on the New Markets Initiative, including APICs; (2) Create better tools
  • THE MOST COMPETITIVE IN THE America Needs Fast Track to Continue to Create Higher-Paying Jobs for More Americans. Without it, America's role as the largest exporter in the world will be put in jeopardy. And with new markets opening around the world
  • as a Result of the Two Telecommunications Procurement Agreements o Many of the US-based firms that will find new markets in Japan now are already famous in telecommunications: AT&T, Motorola, Northern Telecom, IBM, DSC Corporation, Raychem, STS, and Varian
  • five years for climate change initiatives including credits for the purchase of energy-efficient homes, cars and appliances. Community Empowerment: • New Markets Initiative: a new package of tax credit and loan guarantee incentives tr.at will stimulate
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  • . And that is progress that is really the result of the hard work and dedication of countless millions of Americans. Every time a businessman or woman made a decision to reach down deep and take a risk and employ more people and try to expand, to go into new markets
  • housing vouchers to empower the poor; programs for .our empowerment zones, that the Vice President has led; and. for the first step in my New Markets Initiative, to give investors in this country the same incentives to invest in poor comrhunities
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  • of their workforce. Seventh, since smaH business is the real job creator in the new economy, it must be encouraged to do what it does best - create new products, enter new markets, increase productivity, and thereby put more people to work. , We muist reduce the red
  • AND PRESERVES MEDICARE The Budget Agreement preserves and strengthens the Medicare program, saving $115 billion over jive years and extending the life of the Medicare Trust Fundfor at least ten years. It modernizes Medicare by including new market-oriented
  • communities to create parks and open spaces . Spur private investment in distressed neighborhoods through a new markets initiative . Expand the welfare-to-work housing voucher program. The Republicans have responded with a proposal that puts top priority
  • four percent of the world's population. Our success in the future rests heavily on selling American goods and services to the remaining 96 percent of the world. When we open new markets, we find new consumers for 2 American products. When we sell more
  • . Document will he reviewed upon request. :::· "' 0 :' : ' - ' - I I I I I OFFICE OF SPEECHWRITING TERRY EDMONDS ARCHIVES BOX #2 FDR Memorial Brady Bill World AIDS Day Economic Report of the President New Markets Arts and Humanities Airline Safety
  • discipline, investments in our people, and opening new markets around the worl~ · Another key is to do everything in our power to make the most of technological advances. ~ . ~~ J~ ~fl(~~ Over the past several years, information technology has boosted our
  • !MO / ENDING POVERTY THE THIRD WAY Clinton's New Markets Initiative Offers a Hand Up, Nat a Handout BY AL FltOM n early July, 1 traveled with President Clinton anQ a small group of business, civic, and government leaders to hard-pressed communities
  • ?) Results in a more flexible, better trained workforce; increases worker accessibility to training; increases efficiency of business and government training expenditures; creates new markets for training content and delivery mechanisms; ultimate widespread
  • debate i s b i g g e r t h a n t r a d e w i t h Mexico. need new markets t o s e l l o u r p r o d u c t s We Local P o l i t i c s Governor Jones has s a i d he w i l l endorse NAFTA a t t h i s event. Both Kentucky Senators -- McConnell and Ford
  • ~G begui'! d\~, cussions on the lssue with key membeMJ or COJ'jgr~s/,l. "We think that a common agr.eement between the Congress and the administration to obtain 'fast-track' authority would be important. ..as we proceed forward in openln!: new markets
  • Andy Rotherham Box 1 of 2 Events National College Week POTUS New Markets Trip , Baby Boom Event Charter Grant Eyent NEC Panel NBPTS Event Class Size Event Blue Ribbon Event New Orleans Event Nat. Ed. Summitt White House
  • immigration into the US. It would shake the confidence of money managers in their Latin portfolios -- and those investments have helped drive the region's recent growth. It would make it harder for us to secure new market-opening agreements in GATT
  • long-term fixes to the Bretton Woods. system-- including developing mechanisms to tame the cycles of. expansion and contraction that are shaking the world economy~ Still others concern reforms we . ~ I .. . . . have urged new market economies
  • straight year -- for the first time since Truman was President. Keeping Inflation Low o Inflation of 2.7% per year -- the lowest since John F. Kennedy was President. Opening New Markets o Aggressive trade policies have opened overseas markets in almost
  • UPS, 'NEW MARKETS' Streamlined Loans with Les,. Paperwork, Fast TlIrnarolllld, More Lemler,. \VASHINGTON - U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Administrator Aida Alvarez today announced that h"o streamlined small Joan programs are expected
  • , and soup kitchens provided the only sustenance for millions of the impoverished. Within the depression, however, lay .the seeds of Chile's current boom. Forced to look out· ward for new markets, Chilean companie~ turned into dynamic "exporters; which today
  • of crisis prevention. I want them to see the jobs created by developing new markets. I want them to see the ways we are helping them avoid the new threats of disease and pollution of our air and water . . The development work we do overseas is no different
  • will be a better partner in promoting peace and stability. A prosperous Russia can become a major new market for American businesses and workers. o To truly understand our stake in Russia, imagine the disastrous results if Russia reverted .to authoritarianis
  • will discuss many topics: making our govejents more efficient. ... fighting the narcotics trade ... .improving the health and educatiln of our children .... and protecting our environment. . My top priority at this Summit is to open new markets and help
  • ·. .~ . . ' . ~' . ' . (. . ' .. . . . I.I j' : • Presid~nt clinton'.~. primary-· gC>al · i~ •. t,o put. a democratic' · \ hemisphere squarely on the road toward freer. trade ·bp'ening new ·markets ·and· creating new ,.Jobs. · . · ·· , ' · 1 .. •• • 1' .... : •. I '· . :i
  • your unity and to. set forth a vision ofpartnership between America and a new Europe- rooted in security cooperation, free markets and vibrant democracies. I called on our countries to adapt our institutions for this new time; help the new market
  • , ~ ~ ' can flare up into all-consuming conflagrations. At the same 7 time,~ healthy, prosperous Central ~' i I . . i Europe-- with 135 million c~nsumers --is good for America beca~se it can become an importan~ I ~~ /~ new market for our goods
  • overseas and we dispatched missions all the way to Japan to open new markets. By the Civil War, our navy had sailed in every ocean. Our entry into World War I brought home to us that a great power with vast territory and strong Values has a responsibility
  • of mine; a fr1.end to . American·buainesses .and American.workers everyw-here, who did more to create good jobs by opening new markets to our products and serv1.ces than··anybody who ever hel.d h1.s position.· He.was al.so a fri.and to mil.l.ions
  • on transatlantic trade is an important first step in building this new market. We will be identifying further steps through the U.S.-EU Joint Study on reducing trade barriers, and by consulting closely with the private sector through the Transatlantic Business
  • , and helped create Americ.an jobs and strengthen America's global influence by opening new markets and expanding American exports. Under Secretary Chrislopher's leadership, American diplornab; successfully completed many bilateral negotiations and helped shape
  • , they are ~enied bonding, which in turn shuts them out of the market for many types of I . construction work and contributes to illiquidity problems. I : Access to Markets: I ' New markets have opened up with the growth of set-asides and procurement efforts
  • , F L 33029-5178 Ted Sas 954-432-2345 U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service (OIO) Mr. Jim Wilson, 202-482-1599 rd first sale to new market Belgium security and safety equipment The Florida firm, a relatively small company with more than 30 years
  • of the world's income, 96 percent of the world's consumers live somewhere else. The growing developing economies are growing at three times the rate of our European and other traditional trading partners. We have no choice but to compete for those new markets
  • made Indian country an important focus of our New Markets Initiative. Let me tell you what that is. I believe the only way to keep this economy growing is to bring economic opportunity to the people and the places who have been left behind. (Applause
  • ser- i were going into a new market and they had "stepping in and forcing [the • vices to Western Wireless, wliich does business j hired a cultural consultant [Hlackwclll," Joe carrierl to work with Link-up as Cellular One. The coinpaiiy's sen ice area
  • uphold traditional protections for consumers and competitors. The growth of new technologies and new markets does not in any way reduce our fundamental responsibility to break up unfair trade practices wherever we find them. In the new economy, the rules
  • Needle Exchange [3] New Covenant New Markets Nonprofits Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Paid Leave Parental Discrimination Parents Pensions Performance-Based Budgeting Personal Responsibility
  • shoulders; I think it will help. I am proud of the D.C. College Access Act, which now has 3,000 of your young people going to college in other places for low in-state tuition. (Applause.) And I am still hoping we will succeed in passing our New Markets
  • A). A question behind the question of "How much how fast?" is "What is the capacity of the health insurance/health plan industry to adapt to the new market and contain insurance premium increases?" A key determinant will be whether health plans can estimate
  • . At the same time, our carefully pl~ed ~ssistance .and technical support _Programs have helped to privatize and rationalize a vast new market. Eventually, that market will absorb billions ofdolla,;~ in American exports and support tens ofthousands of job's back
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  • with America. together -- we could renew AmericaO,s cities. We set forth in 1993 with a new strategy to create a new economy. Fiscal discipline. Investing in our people. Seeking new markets for our goods abroad. We balanced the budget for the first time in 30
  • will announce on Friday the New Markets Initiative, which will dramatically expand capital investments in our underserved areas. This initiative will include: • A New Market Investment Tax Credit: You will propose a new $1 billion tax credit, which
  • ~tunities. 10 But retreat is not an .. • option. With both parties working tQCJether, we have opened new markets, increased American exports and created new high-paying jobs hera at home. New trade with Mexico and canada under NAPTA has created mora
  • . The President has opened new markets to U.S. exports to create ~igh-wage jobs in the United States while monitoring and enforcing our trade agreements to ensure our trading partners are living up to their obligations: A RECORD OF ACCOMPLISHMENT: Created Over 1
  • with the tools we would need to compete in the global marketplace in 21 C. 3. Did America have adequate economic architecture to expand globally -- to fmd new markets for our goods and services? COMPLETE BID OF FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY. 1. Budget Deficits -$290
  • the members their leadership. Fourth, we must recognize that the most important new market for America is in the inner city. [CITIES/EMPOWERMENT?Jmore money for affordable housing, more money for homelessness, more money for ocmmunity development htan ever
  • agriculture projects were assisted. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Farmers' Market Nutrition Program greatly expanded in scope from 1993 onwards. The WIC farmers' market program simultaneously creates a new market for small fruit and vegetable farmers
  • THAT EXPANDING OPPORTUNITY SOUNDS LIKE THE NEW MARKETS TOUR AND WILL MAKE PEOPLE THINK ECONOMICS ONLY- I WOULD SUGGEST "A NEW CENTURY OF HOPE FOR ALL THE PEOPLES OF THE WORLD") for all the peoples of the world. We pray: That no child will know hunger or neglect
  • . . interdependence can and should lead not only to greater prosperity, but to greater peace and stability as well. . . In the last five years, we have led the way in opening /up new. markets, negotiating 220 trade agreements -- and every single one of them removes
  • to his wife, Ginnyjheir five children and 12 grandchildren. # # # New Markets Tour II Message Points Last July, President Clinton led an historic week-long tour of America, shining a spotlight on communities that have not joined in our nation's record
  • , rural communities, Native American reservations- have yet to share in our new prosperity, but are full of people who want to work, start a business, fulfill their dreams. We need to give businesses the same incentives to invest in these new markets
  • interest rates and spur growth; investments in education and skills, in science and technology and transportation, to prepare our people for the new economy; new markets for American products and American workers. When I took office, the deficit for 1998
  • Farr who the President met f1~~ vi) with during his first New Markets Tour), more generous depreciation rules on used cars, rT .....~ making the tax code more favorable for working poor people who buy or sell used ca~s, .» t\1!JtJlY"" ' (lit L r
  • opportunities and strengthened guarantees of fair trade for manufacturing, from steel to autos, agriCUltural equipment,' wood products, and home, appliances. ': ' , I , ! (. . " I i , i. ,i Representatives of rural districts will see new markets for your
  • MandeviUe wharves to L>:rfer handle • plywood, coffee and rubber cargoes. By next yeor, Port officials v/ill move into a spacious, new $9 million ofke building just upriver from New Orleans' Cescent City Connection bridge. Record-setting cargo leveb new
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  • . .. That is why I have called on the Congress to raise the minimum wage, so that a full-time job is a real ticket out of poverty. It is why we won new resources, and will fight for more, for our New Markets Initiative, which is making it easier for businesses
  • BUSINESSES, AND TO DEVELOPING NEW MARKETS FOR THEM -- PARTICULARLY IN PUERTO RICO AND LATIN AMERICA. TODAY'S AGREEMENT WILL ALLOW US TO WORK TOGETHER ON INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVES. GOVERNOR ROSSELLO'S TREN URBANO -- A REGIONAL RAIL TRANSIT SYSTEM FOR THE SAN
  • Restoration Initiative. And, just this past December, Vice President Gore and I convened the first Summit of the Americas in Miami. This was a 3-day meeting of the 34 heads of state from Central and South America to discuss ways to open new markets, encourage
  • OF AGREEMENT WITH JAPAN THE WHITE HOUSE JUNE 28, 1995 For two and a half years, I have worked hard to expand trade and open markets around the world for one simple reason: It is good for America. When we open new markets, millions of new consumers can buy
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  • adoption of revised (technologically neutral) RBRVS by other payors. d. Provide accurate information about the enhanced opportunities for generalists under the new market conditions of managed competition. e. Expand National Health Service Corps
  • offersfreecradle-to-grave medical care to all Britons, andfinancesit through general taxation. Each person enrolls with a general practitioner, who determines when to send the patient to a specialist A new market of private hospitals and commercial insurers has
  • . And, by supporting reforms in the former Soviet Union, we help to destroy missiles once aimed at us and to create new markets for our goods. Here at home, for the past fifteen months, we have restarted the engines of upward mobility. I want anyone who is part of what
  • price controls, rejected the ability of the Medicare program to use a formulary, phased out the Medicaid prescription drug rebate program, provided a huge new market by requiring that every American have drug coverage, created new incentives
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  • workfrce; increases worker accessibility to training; increases efficiency of business and government training expenditures; creates new markets for training content and delivery mechanisms; ultimate widespread local, regional, and national economic
  • generation better off than they were -~ ~ dream that has been called into question in many advanced economies in the last few years. The success of NAFTA, which is generating new jobs and creating new markets from Monterrey to Medicine Hat is the proof
  • in our hemisphere and the Asia Pacific. • These efforts have paid off. The global economy is not a zero sum game --we are creating good jobs at home by nurturing new markets abroad. Th~ President is determined to pursue this course, navigating the false
  • is not a zero sum game -- we are creating good jobs at home by nu~turing new markets abroad. . The President is determined· :to pursue this course, navigating the false choice between prdtectionism and unbridled free trade. I Protec,tionism simply isn't