The Assembly International Trade and Development Committee Records consist of two cubic feet of records reflecting the activity
of the committee in overseeing legislation and other matters concerning international trade and economic development. The
records cover the years, 1997-2000.
The Assembly created the Assembly International Trade and Development Committee in 1997. The new committee was created in
order to divide the responsibilities of the Assembly Utilities and Commerce Committee between two committees. The Assembly
Utilities and Commerce Committee retained responsibility for the common carriers, expansion of overseas markets, international
trade, research and import/export finance, intrastate commerce, motion picture industry, Public Utilities Commission, state
capital, telecommunications, women and minority business enterprises.
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