Spending Plan Would Boost Exports With $520M ITA Budget

Law360, New York (April 10, 2013, 8:00 PM EDT) -- The White House's proposed 2014 spending plan released Wednesday calls for the budget of the International Trade Administration to be increased to $520 million to support the administration's drive to bolster U.S. exports.

The proposed spending would represent a 14 percent increase over levels enacted for the ITA in 2012 and provide added funds to support the fifth year of the administration's National Export Initiative, a government-wide effort aimed at doubling the nation's exports by the end of 2014. The White House's plan also calls for...
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