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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

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Senator Whitehouse Unveils Plan to Boost Rhode Island Businesses

“From the textiles of Slater Mill to the submarines of General Dynamics Electric Boat, Rhode Island has always led the way in producing for our nation.  Global competition presents new challenges for Rhode Island manufacturers and I will continue to advocate for programs that level the playing field, help our companies to grow and prosper, and create new jobs."
- Senator Sheldon Whitehouse

Rhode Island’s manufacturers, long the backbone of our economy, have been hit hard in recent years by new global competition and rising production costs.  Over the past four years, Senator Whitehouse has worked to craft and support legislation to help Rhode Island businesses.  As Congress begins a new term and the Ocean State continues to recover from a severe recession, Senator Whitehouse plans to introduce and support a series of measures designed to help our manufacturing economy.

End tax benefits for companies that ship jobs overseas.  When the Senate reconvenes later this month, Senator Whitehouse will introduce the Offshoring Preventions Act (OPA), which will close a perverse tax loophole that rewards companies for moving factories overseas.  Under current law, an American company with a factory in China can delay paying income tax on the profits made through the Chinese subsidiary.  The OPA will end that offshoring benefit by prohibiting companies from differing income tax payment on profits made from goods produced overseas and sold to American consumers.  
Stop China’s unfair currency manipulation.  The Chinese government’s currency manipulation floods our market with inexpensive Chinese goods while making American products costly for Chinese consumers.  Senator Whitehouse supports legislation that would permit the United States to impose trade sanctions on countries like China that artificially control their currency valuation.
Help small businesses obtain capital.  In an effort to give small businesses easier access to credit, the Recovery Act temporarily waived borrower and lender fees for the Small Business Administration’s most popular loan programs.  Senator Whitehouse believes that we must extend those fee waivers to ensure that small businesses have access to the capital they need to grow.
Increase support for manufacturing strategy programs.  Senator Whitehouse has long supported the Manufacturing Extension Program, a partnership between the states and the federal government that provides small manufacturers with technical and business consulting services.  Senator Whitehouse will continue to champion robust funding for this important program and RIMES, its Rhode Island affiliate.
Preserve jobs by helping small businesses reorganize.  When struggling businesses can restructure in bankruptcy, jobs are saved and economic value is preserved.  Unfortunately, current bankruptcy law makes it difficult for smaller, family-owned companies to successfully reorganize in bankruptcy.  Senator Whitehouse will soon reintroduce his Small Business Jobs Preservation Act, which would create an alternative to Chapter 11, permitting small businesses to reorganize more efficiently and their owners to maintain equity.

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