The Transatlantic Economy 2010 Annual Survey of Jobs, Trade and Investment between the United States and Europe

With $4.28 trillion in commercial sales, transatlantic trade between the United States and Europe is the most important foreign commercial market for each side. This annual report conducted by Brookings and written by Daniel Hamilton and Joseph Quinlan offers the most up-to-date analysis on transatlantic job sourcing, investment, and trade for all 50 US states and all EU member economies.

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