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The Barometer, which surveys 63,199 respondents in 60 countries, offers a broad spectrum of data on common experiences of corruption, including which institutions most frequently demand bribes, where citizens see the greatest degree of corruption, and how they see both the future development of corruption and their governments' efforts to eradicate it.
TI’s mission is to create change towards a world free of corruption.
A guide to understanding and protecting Intellectual Property Rights.
Trade Statistics on the United States Aerospace Industry
One of the goals of USAID’s BIZPRO project has been to support the development of permit-issuing one-stop shops (OSS) for businesses. From 2004 to 2006, BIZPRO helped open 41 one-stop shops in cities across Ukraine. The basic idea behind a one-stop shop is that an entrepreneur only has to visit a single site to obtain the necessary paperwork in one streamlined and coordinated process, rather than having wander through a labyrinth of government bodies.
Video market reports library
Webinars from the U.S. Commercial Service and industry trade experts about how your company can increase your international sales.
Worldwide "Doing Business in…" Guides
Bill Gross thrives on turning innovative ideas into pioneering companies. He serves as founder and CEO of Idealab, which started over 75 companies since 1996. In this stimulating lecture, he shares how Idealab continues to bring incredible ideas to market, and his personal insights on starting and running successful organizations. Gross also describes the work of eSolar, a spin-off company of Idealab that works to make solar energy cost-competitive in the global marketplace.
As Genentech's Executive Vice President of Research and Early Development, Richard Scheller leads scientists discovering medicines that will significantly impact the lives of patients. In this candid interview, he describes the challenges of his industry, and outlines the required steps for developing products in a heavily regulated environment. Scheller also shares some personal learning curves faced when he elected to leave academic life for a new role in a commercial enterprise.
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