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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
Friday, 9.30.22
Statement from NFTC Chair Susan Schwab following meeting with WTO Director General
 
Thursday, 9.22.22
NFTC Statement on Biden Administration Decision to Avoid Tariffs on Rare Earth Magnets
 
Wednesday, 9.21.22
Margaret Cekuta Joins NFTC as Senior Director for Trade and Innovation Policy
 
Friday, 9.16.22
NFTC Comments Regarding the United States-Kenya Strategic Trade and Investment Partnership

More Press Releases

Friday, 9.16.22
NFTC Comments Regarding the United States-Kenya Strategic Trade and Investment Partnership
 
Wednesday, 8.24.22
Tariff Reform Coalition Comments on the Impact of Section 232 and 301 Tariffs
 
Friday, 8.5.22
NFTC Comments Regarding a Trade Strategy to Combat Forced Labor
 
Monday, 4.11.22
NFTC Comments on Indo Pacific Economic Framework

More Publications

Tuesday, 9.13.22
A different kind of trade agreement
Marketplace
 
Monday, 9.12.22
Report: IPEF can help increase international engagement for small businesses
Inside U.S. Trade
 
Saturday, 9.10.22
‘Undeniable success’ of first US-led Indo-Pacific Economic Framework touted, but few details given
South China Morning Post
 
Tuesday, 9.6.22
U.S. business leader outlines hopes for IPEF ministerial
POLITICO Morning Trade

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