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Global Cities Initiative

A Joint Project of Brookings and JPMorgan Chase

The Global Cities Initiative is a an endeavor to help business and civic leaders grow their metropolitan economies by strengthening international connections and competitiveness.

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St. Louis Sister Cities

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Sister Cities International is a non-profit, city-to-city network inspired by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. Today, more than 2,200 cities in more than 90 countries participate.

St. Louis Foreign-Trade Zone

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Take every advantage as you capitalize on new and exciting markets worldwide. Importers and exporters alike are utilizing Foreign-Trade Zones (FTZ)—areas treated as though they are outside U.S. Customs territory. This federally designated tool helps local companies be more competitive locally and abroad.

Chancellor's Certificate- International Trade

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The Chancellor’s Certificate in International Trade is a practical, online curriculum that allows you the flexibility to learn at a time and place that works for you.

Global Talent Hiring Program

Mosaic Project

Goal: To attract and retain more of the 9,000 international students studying in the region annually, knowing that 80 percent would stay if they had a job. Universities will measure increases in international students attending their schools and obtaining internships/jobs through various visa options.

EB-5 Flier

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The EB-5 Flier explains the EB-5 Investment Visa Program.