Gino DiCaro

From NAM - U.S. House-Passed OSHA Bills Represent Progress on Pro-Growth Agenda

By Gino DiCaro, VP, Communications

Capitol Update, May 21, 2004 Share this on FacebookTweet thisEmail this to a friend

This week, the U.S. House of Representatives continues its two-month focus on eight priorities of manufacturers, the second of which is bureaucratic red tape elimination. Reform of OSHA laws is one way that can help retain manufacturing jobs in America. The NAM recently applauded the House for passing a legislative package designed to protect small businesses from overzealous regulators.
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A lot of people don't recognize that exporting is important to small firms as well as large. It is widely assumed only large firms can compete in world markets. The fact is that 97 percent of all U.S. exporters are small or medium-sized firms, and they have a huge stake in world markets. In fact, these smaller firms account for almost one in every three dollars of U.S. exports. See the attached. This is the third in the NAM's new TradeFacts series.

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