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Climate Change
Climate change is an urgent problem which requires the attention of the United States and the world. As the United States and other governments work to develop policies to address climate change, NFTC is focused on ensuring that efforts are compliant with international trade rules and provide opportunities, rather than obstacles, for trade and economic growth. NFTC believes that, because climate change is a global issue, addressing the very serious problems depends on multilateral cooperation and action. In addressing these issues domestically, U.S. efforts should conform to international rules, ensure the global competitiveness of U.S. businesses and workers and create new trade and investment opportunities abroad. NFTC is an organization focused on international trade and tax policy and does not support a particular approach to address climate change.

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Press Release
Wednesday, 10.25.17
NFTC Foundation Honors Congressman Ron Kind, Congresswoman Suzan DelBene and Congressman Erik Paulsen
 
Tuesday, 9.12.17
NFTC Announces Secretary Carlos Gutierrez as its New Board Chairman
 
Tuesday, 2.7.17
Jason Pack Joins the NFTC as Executive Director of the U.S.–Libya Business Association
 
Tuesday, 1.3.17
NFTC Welcomes Nomination of Robert Lighthizer as USTR

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Thursday, 9.18.08
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