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National Journal
A Minnesota auto-supply dealer is the last place you’d expect to find a national model for making solar power cheap and accessible.
Washington Post
ITIF’s Val Giddings argues that the unapproved gene-altered strain of wheat discovered in Oregon in April appears to be an isolated incident, and should not cause long term trade disruptions.
Reuters
The Indian government is utilizing mercantilist trade practices to promote domestic production at the expense of free trade.
Bloomberg
Val Giddings analyses the potential causes for the drift of GM wheat.
Time
An analysis of ITIF’s new report which calls for privatizing all but "last mile" mail delivery.

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21st Century Business Herald
Stephen Ezell argues ITA expansion will be good for the Chinese economy. (In Chinese)
Tacoma News Tribune
Tax incentives can and should be used to incentive investment in R&D says Robert Atkinson.
Urban Milwaukee
The third in a series of articles on how states can develop a thriving high tech economy.
Computer World
ITIF brought together the FCC team that created the 2010 National Broadband Plan to discuss policy successes and continued challenges.
Climate Change Hits Your Fridge
Temperature and weather changes are causing problems for farmers and increasingly straining the global food supply.