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US business expert: Lithuania should focus on its obvious strengths
The Lithuania Tribune interviewed Williams & Jensen Principal, and President of the American-Lithuanian Business Council, Eric Stewart, during the World Lithuanian Economic Forum that took place recently in Vilnius.
MAP-21: Pathway to Preservation at the Federal Funding Level
Williams & Jensen Principal Tracy Taylor, in the latest issue of Pavement Preservation Journal, looks at last year's surface transportation reauthorization act, as well as the outlook for transportation issues in the 113th Congress.
AMRO could support the activity of the economic working groups of the Task Force
State Secretary for Strategic Affairs with the Romanian Foreign Ministry (MAE) Bogdan Aurescu on Wednesday welcomed Executive Chairman of the Romania - US Business Council (AMRO) Eric Stewart, with Aurescu asking for the support of the AMRE-member US companies in the process of Romania's accession to the Visa Waiver programme, as the United States' strategic partner, MAE informs in a release.
Does the Dodd-Frank Act Address the Problems in the Financial Markets?
The Dodd-Frank Act ("Dodd-Frank"), enacted in the wake of the financial crisis of 2008, aims to address problems in the markets that government regulators face. During this financial crisis, key large financial institutions required governmental assistance to stem the systemic impact on the markets from problems generated by them. Though government officials acted to stem the systemic risks in some cases, there were others for which government officials did not intervene, which then exposed the risk that some of these large financial institutions posed to the market.
Not Your Parents’ Poland
Eric Stewart, President of the U.S.-Poland Business Council, takes stock of Poland's potential for leadership in the field of energy and examines the recently released draft plan for regulating the Polish shale gas industry and its potential impact on the development of these resources.
Steve Hart Named Top Lobbyist for 2012 by The Hill
2012 hasn't been the best year for K Street, but it's too soon to call it a bust.
A divided government and the demands of campaigning have kept Congress in low gear, depressing revenue at lobby shops and leaving trade associations and grassroots groups in planning mode.
But Election Day is nearly here, bringing with it a lame-duck session that many in Washington believe will be among the busiest and most consequential of modern times.