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Trade Policy
The National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) develops and advocates trade and export finance policies that maximize the competitiveness of its member companies in the global marketplace. The NFTC also believes that U.S. trade policy should include the renewal of presidential trade negotiating authority, and a focus on American workers displaced by trade through the modernization and expansion of the Trade Adjustment Assistance program.The NFTC works with Congress and the Executive Branch to advance policies that open and liberalize new international markets, reduce or eliminate restrictions on trade, and ensure U.S. business access to needed risk insurance and export and project finance.

Press Release
Tuesday, 6.19.18
Business Associations Call for Greater Congressional Oversight of U.S. Trade Policy
Wednesday, 6.6.18
ACSAT Welcomes Congressional Efforts to Limit Use of Section 232 Tariffs
Thursday, 5.31.18
NFTC Statement on Tariffs on Imports of Steel and Aluminum from Mexico, Canada and the EU
Thursday, 5.17.18
ACSAT Urges Commerce to Revise Regulations Governing the 232 Tariffs Exclusion Process

More Press Releases

Thursday, 5.31.18
NFTC Statement on Tariffs on Imports of Steel and Aluminum from Mexico, Canada and the EU
Veronica Berkshire, National Foreign Trade Council,
Friday, 5.11.18
Written comments in response to the Proposed Determination of Action Pursuant to Section 301, China's Acts, Policies, and Practices Related to Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property, and Innovation, Docket number USTR-2018-0005
Monday, 12.18.17
Cutting Red Tape & Leveling the Playing Field for American Businesses and Consumers
Monday, 12.12.16
National Foreign Trade Council Policy Brief: Trade, Taxes and Competitiveness: Strategies for a New Era

More Publications

Tuesday, 3.6.18
Cross-cutting business coalition forms to fight Section 232 tariffs
Inside U.S. Trade
Wednesday, 2.28.18
Broad industry coalition warns against all Section 232 steel and aluminum remedy options
Inside U.S. Trade
Wednesday, 2.28.18
EU and China consider retaliation in response to potential Trump steel and aluminum tariffs
Wednesday, 2.28.18
Commerce recommends Trump restrict imports of steel and aluminum, escalating trade conflict
Washington Post

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