On Tuesday, May 13, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker visited The Atlantic for a discussion on the Administration's NEI/NEXT Initiative, the newest wave of efforts to increase US business investment, and competitiveness through exports.
Following Pritzker's remarks, Washington Editor-at-Large Steve Clemons joined the Secretary for a one-on-one interview on the state of the export economy and the push to help U.S. companies become more competitive, connected, and informed in an increasingly intertwined global economy.
The full program can be viewed below.
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