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U.S Department of Commerce

A department of the United States federal government charged with encouraging economic growth. It issues patents, sets standards for companies and sectors and gathers data on the state of the American economy. It also supervises the U.S. Census. It was established in 1903 as the Department of Commerce and Labor; Commerce split from what became the Labor Department in 1913.
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Jones stated to the group that:</p> <pre> his Division grew out of a conference of twelve Negroes called together by Secretary Roper to advise with him on the things the department of Commerce can do to improve the general economic conditions among Negroes, with special reference to business and business activities.
CONTACT: Dennis Ginty of the Ohio Department of Commerce, 614-644-9564/
Collaborating with economic development partners statewide, the Arizona Department of Commerce works to create jobs, expand the tax base, increase per capita income and promote a globally competitive business environment.
Department of Commerce funding for the current expansion project includes a $2 million loan from the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority (PIDA) for the construction of the facility; a $1.
I am confident that the Department of Commerce can perform an important service for both Ohio consumers and consumers in other states who otherwise may have been victimized by companies operating out of Ohio.
Gownley of the Department of Commerce, 717-783-1132/
Travel and Tourism Advisory Board and continues as Chair of the Strategic Alliance Committee for the Department of Commerce.
July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Kodak (NYSE: EK) was informed on Wednesday, July 20, that a draft agreement had been initialed by the United States Department of Commerce and Fuji Photo Film in the antidumping investigation of color negative photographic paper from Japan and the Netherlands.
June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The state Department of Commerce today awarded a $50,000 grant to help a Cumberland County steel manufacturer conduct an employee buy-out study, according to Commerce Secretary Andrew T.
Earlier Department of Commerce funding for the project comprised $1,098,877 in financing through the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority and $200,000 in Customized Job Training (CJT) funding.
The GCOI celebrates innovation by businesses, academia, and non-profit organizations working in Arizona's technology sector, and is presented by the Arizona Technology Council and the Arizona Department of Commerce.
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