U.S. Trade: Focus on Education, Healthcare, Legal and Infrastructure Services

Carina Vincent (Editor)

Series: Trade Issues, Policies and Laws
BISAC: BUS026000



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This book discusses developments in the United States’ exports and imports of professional services, with a focus on education, healthcare, and legal services. The United States continues to be a world leader in professional services, which generated a cross-border trade surplus of nearly $50 billion in 2011. The expansion of professional services trade in recent years has been driven by a number of factors. Globalization, including businesses setting up operations in foreign markets, has created trade opportunities for diverse professional services providers, such as legal and management consulting professionals. This book focuses on United States trend reports from 2012 and 2013. (Imprint: Nova)


Chapter 1. Recent Trends in U.S. Services: 2013 Annual Report
Joann Peterson, Cynthia Payne, Eric Forden, Samantha Pham, Tamar Khachaturian and Isaac Wohl

Chapter 2. Recent Trends in U.S. Services Trade: 2012 Annual Report
George Serletis, Cynthia Payne, Lisa Alejandro, Jennifer Powell, Joann Peterson, Matthew Reisman, Martha Lawless, Eric Forden and Isaac Wohl


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