U.S. Tax Reform

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IAS devises and implements strategies for influencing public policy, while promoting a deeper understanding and more favorable image of clients. Our work has been recognized by the American Society of Association Executives and is based on: solid substantive expertise on the issues; extensive contacts in industry, the media and government; and broad experience in public speaking and public testimony.
Issue advocacy is often best served through coalitions of like-minded groups. IAS participated in numerous coalitions and, when necessary, helped to organize and lead new ones.
IAS focuses on regulatory problem solving with respect to U.S. trade agencies, Customs and Border Protection, Justice (antitrust), and Treasury. Our activities in this area involve analytical support on economic, political, and legal issues arising in trade law investigations; assessment of the impact of currency, trade, tax, regulatory, technological, market, and political developments on clients’ interests, and creative solutions to public policy issues.
IAS advises and coordinates investment teams for international partnerships or acquisitions. We focus on the special challenges encountered in emerging markets, particularly China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, and Africa.
IAS helps foster cross-border industry cooperation by organizing international study missions for businesses, industry associations, and investors.
Accurate information and sound understanding are the only basis for informed advocacy. From its founding, IAS has been dedicated to improving understanding of the multilateral trading system, US trade policy, and the full range of factors affecting global competitiveness. IAS’s latest venture The AFV Insider, launched in late 2011, is a unique web-based data service and quarterly publication covering the emerging alternative fuel vehicle sector.

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Incredible, Shrinking American Middle Class

Eduardo Porter’s analysis in the October 30 New York Times explains a lot about what ails America – and what fuels the sense of frustration, anxiety and anger in America these days. Under the headline “Richer But Not Better Off,” he makes a number of crucially important points:

  • Despite recent gains, American prosperity is not widely shared.
  • The American middle class is perhaps the smallest in the industrialized……


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