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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
Wednesday, 7.29.15
Reinsch Comments on Proposed Senate COOL Amendments
Tuesday, 7.21.15
Organizations Express Concern Proposed Cyber Export Regulations Could Harm, Not Improve, U.S. Cybersecurity
Monday, 7.13.15
NFTC Blog Post: “Stabenow Voluntary COOL Proposal”
Monday, 7.13.15
NFTC Joins Letter on New MTB Process

More Press Releases

Monday, 7.20.15
Chamber Comments - Wassenaar Arrangement 2013 Plenary Agreements Implementation: Intrusion and Surveillance Items (Docket No. 150304218-5218-01; RIN 0694-AG49)
Wednesday, 3.25.15
Association Letter to U.S. House on Supporting Long-Term Reauthorization of the U.S. Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im)
Thursday, 12.11.14
NFTC, 11 Other Business Organizations Send Letter To NJ State Lawmakers In Opposition To Two “Buy American” Bills
Wednesday, 9.10.14
NFTC supports Eximbank reauthorization

More Publications

Thursday, 7.16.15
What Obama’s Trade Agenda Means For The Rest Of The World
Fortune, by Alan Wolff
Monday, 6.29.15
5 reasons President Obama’s Asia-Pacific trade agenda is good for America
Monday, 6.22.15
What it takes to get Obama's trade agenda more love
Alan Wm. Wolff, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP
Monday, 6.15.15
4 Myths Clouding President Obama’s Trade Agenda
Alan Wm. Wolff, McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP

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