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Top 10 Resilient Countries

June 10, 2022
“Building resilience to achieve long-term sustainable outcomes is critical to business success, whether adjusting to war, navigating a pandemic, dealing with the threat of a changing...
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Regulations

EPA Finalizes New Drinking Water Regulations for Six PFAS

April 10, 2024
Initial monitoring of these PFAS in public water systems must be completed by 2027.
Ebooks & Digital Editions

Editorial eBook: Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse

April 10, 2024
Experts from EBM publications writing about road infrastructure, industrial safety, manufacturing leadership, commercial trucking and construction equipment share insights into...
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Environment

EPA Impacts US Chemical Plants, Surrounding Communities with New Clean Air Act Standards

April 9, 2024
The rule will cut smog-forming volatile organic compounds by over 23,000 tons annually, according to the EPA.
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Trade

US Trade Gap Grows in February to Highest Level Since April 2023

April 4, 2024
The United States' trade deficit with China shrank to $21.9 billion but remained the widest of any country, according to new government data.

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The Success of US Chip Manufacturing Hinges on Our Electric Grid

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US Consumer Inflation Up Unexpectedly in February

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