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PING hits hole-in-one for Arizona

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Today, the world recognizes PING as a leading golf equipment manufacturer known for developing high-tech, custom-fit golf clubs of the highest quality. But the golf-tech revolution started back in the late 1950’s when engineer Karsten Solheim struggled with his golf … Continue reading

 
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Arizona Chamber submits recommendations for a modernized NAFTA

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Chamber urges swift, trilateral approach to modernizing NAFTA PHOENIX (JUNE 12) – The Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry on Monday submitted its recommendations to the United States Trade Representative as the Trump administration prepares to renegotiate the nearly-25-year-old North … Continue reading

 
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Hamer Times: US Chamber Visits Start-Up Nation

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In the middle of one of the toughest neighborhoods in the world, Israel has emerged as the world’s leader in start-ups and innovation. As part of the US-Israel Business Initiative, an effort run by the US Chamber of Commerce, I … Continue reading

 
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Hamer Times: NAFTA renegotiation is an opportunity for Arizona to lead

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Word today that USTR Robert Lighthizer has informed Capitol Hill of the Trump administration’s opening of a 90-day consultation period with Congress that will set the stage for a formal renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement should be … Continue reading

 
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Hamer Times: Administration right to put land grabs under the microscope

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This opinion piece from The Wall Street Journal sums up the positive direction land use policymaking appears to be headed: “Federal land grabs have hampered resource development, and Mr. Trump could advance his pro-growth agenda by unlocking millions of acres.” … Continue reading

 
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Glenn Hamer statement on adoption of Ariz. A-F school grading system

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Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO Glenn Hamer released the following statement following the State Board of Education’s new A-F grading system for K-12 schools: “Kudos to the Arizona State Board of Education for its adoption today … Continue reading

 
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Continued Innovation is the key to economic prosperity

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As part of the tireless work of Governor Doug Ducey to attract innovative companies from around the country to grow and expand in our great state, the Governor’s Office, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Arizona Commerce … Continue reading

 
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Hamer Times: ¡Gol! Three-nation World Cup bid points to power of North America

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Feeling pessimistic about the future of North American cooperation? Worried NAFTA is going to collapse under a tidal wave of protectionism? A development courtesy of the soccer world should give us all hope for the future of tri-national cooperation. The … Continue reading

 
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Hamer Times: Arizona: America’s backlot

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I’ve had the privilege to visit several times recently with Matthew Earl Jones, the new head of the Arizona Office of Film & Media, also known as Studio 48. Matthew has deep roots in all aspects of the film industry … Continue reading

 
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Chamber shares Fiscal Policy Task Force recommendations with governor, Legislature

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As budget negotiations over the Fiscal Year 2018 spending plan begin in earnest, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry has shared its Fiscal Policy Task Force budget recommendations with Gov. Ducey and the Legislature. As we do each year, … Continue reading

 
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