Category: Trade: Import, Export, Globalization
Talking about small business capital support from the U.S. Government, Jim Blasingame reports from the 2010 Ex-Im Bank's Annual Conference with a message about how a small business can acquire growth capital by incorporating a bank, the SBA and Export-Import Bank.
Just how strong is China's economy? Economist, Guy Sorman joins Jim Blasingame to report that China's economy is much more fundamentally fragile than many experts are saying and what that could mean over the next couple of years.
Did the Health Care Reform Summit accomplish anything? Grace-Marie Turner joins Jim Blasingame to this recent event, which side of the aisle claimed the day, whether any compromise was found and what the chances are of passage of the current legislation.
Does the Australian marketplace encourage entrepreneurs? Reporting from the eastern coast of Australia, Peter Meyer talks to Jim Blasingame about the entrepreneurial environment in this country.
Reporting on the U.S. export strategy, Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the more productive efforts by the Obama administration to grow the economy and jobs by promoting global trade by small businesses.
Reporting on the the price trends of energy products, Kiplinger's Jim Ostroff joins Jim Blasingame to identify the likely price levels for crude oil, gasoline, heating oil and natural gas, and electricity. They also speculate about the impact on prices by speculators.
Why is China such a fascinating and troubling place? Futurist, John Naisbitt, joins Jim Blasingame again to reveal why we're at once worried about China's impact on the global economy, environment and other worries, and yet we continue to be fascinated by this unique culture.
Is America falling behind in the innovation marketplace? That's the question Kenneth Krosin poses as he joins Jim Blasingame to reveal startling statistics on the difference between China's innovation record and that of the U.S.
What does a small business that does both importing and exporting look like? Kesha Alexander talks to Jim Blasingame about the business of introducing the world to the wonders of the cocoa bean as a business plan. They also talk about the one-sidedness of Valentines Day. Okay, Jim talks about that.
Kiplinger's Joan Pryde and Jim Blasingame talk about why Scott Brown's election in Massachusetts is a cautionary tale for both the Democrats AND the Republicans.
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