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Mark Parkinson on Free Trade

 


Export planes, energy, & wheat to China, India, & Brazil

Kansas is an exporter. We export airplanes, food and energy. As emerging markets continue to grow in countries like China, India, and Brazil, even during this recession, the demand for our products will continue to grow. 700 million people in emerging countries will join the middle class in the next 20 years, and no state will benefit more from this than Kansas. Demand for our airplanes, our wheat and our energy will explode. We must protect & fight for what we have and prepare for the future.
Source: Kansas 2010 State of the State Address , Jan 11, 2010

Other governors on Free Trade: Mark Parkinson on other issues:
KS Gubernatorial:
Sam Brownback
KS Senatorial:
Jerry Moran
Pat Roberts

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VA Bob McDonnell

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