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Trade Preference Programs
The NFTC supports the existence and timely renewal of U.S. government programs that extend preferential duty free market access to imports from developing countries commensurate with their commitment to the rule of law. We encourage U.S. government efforts to make these programs more flexible and user friendly to increase the competitiveness of U.S. companies and the development of partner nations.


Press Release
Monday, 11.15.21
NFTC Statement on Infrastructure Bill
 
Thursday, 9.2.21
Jake Colvin Appointed New NFTC President
 
Monday, 5.10.21
NFTC Board Announces Search for New President
 
Tuesday, 12.4.18
NFTC Foundation to Honor Roberto Azevędo, President George H.W. Bush and USTR Digital Trade Team

More Press Releases

Wednesday, 8.5.15
Countering Trade Opponents’ Issues with TPP: Point and Counterpoint
 
Friday, 2.21.14
NFTC Joins With Other Leading Business Organizations in Expressing Support for TPP
 
Thursday, 8.22.13
NFTC Joins Other Leading Business Organizations in Opposing U.S. Tobacco Proposal in TPP Negotiations
 
Wednesday, 10.24.12
NFTC Joins With Leading Business Organizations in Sending Letter on U.S.-EU Regulatory Compatibility

More Publications

Friday, 9.17.21
Leaving NFTC, Yerxa eyes the future of trade, fundamentally
Inside U.S. Trade
 
Tuesday, 2.21.17
Here’s How To Get America’s Trade Policies Back On Track
Alan Wolff, NFTC Chairman
 
Monday, 12.12.16
US trade group will work with Trump; defend free trade rules
AFP
 
Thursday, 10.10.13
Sen. Wyden Says New TPA Framework Should Reflect 21st Century Challenges
Bloomberg BNA

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