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U.S. Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)
The United States has 14 FTAs in force with 20 countries. The United States is also negotiating a regional FTA, the Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) with Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore and Vietnam.
U.S. FTA Partner Countries: AustraliaBahrainChileColombiaDR-CAFTA: Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, & Nicaragua; IsraelJordanKoreaMoroccoNAFTA: Canada & Mexico; Oman;PanamaPeru; and Singapore.
For more info and updates, visit:
SBA Export Guide for U.S. Small Business 
Country Facts
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Articles and Tools
EcorityLeader™/Values  Information
The Hall-Tonna Values Map
A Survey by BusinessWeek and The Hay Group (Feb 2010)
Innovative Leadership in the Face of a Crisis - World Affairs Council Conference video
Transformation by Design - blog post (2010)
Conceptual Models, Overviews and Analyses
Building 21st Century Businesses - Uumair Haque  and Ev Williams at SXSW 2010
Business Model Migration by Geoffrey Moore, TCG Advisors

13 Mistakes to Avoid in Change by Rosabeth Kanter, HBS
 Leading Teams Through Uncertain Times  by J. G. Richards Consulting
BMA May 2010 - Change Management as an International Mktg Core Competency

Books, Sites, Blogs and Publications (a work-in-progress)
Values Shift, by Brian Hall
Light Their Fire, co-author, Sara Roberts, Roberts Golden
Lead Change by Design , by Melissa Dutmers, RiverFork Consulting
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