“GSP is a critically important program that helps U.S. companies of all sizes, but particularly small- and medium-sized businesses, access low-cost inputs they need to manufacture a wide range of exports,” said NFTC Vice President for Regional Trade Initiatives Chuck Dittrich. “The program is central to U.S. export growth and helps support economic growth and American jobs. We urge Congress to renew GSP immediately.”
The Coalition for GSP, of which the NFTC is a member, yesterday released its 2013 GSP Supporter List, which includes 124 companies ranging from small, family-owned businesses to some of the largest corporations in the world, such as General Electric and Home Depot. Fifteen business associations have also joined the GSP Supporter List.
The full list of organizations, which is expected to grow over time, is available here: http://renewgsptoday.com/2013-gsp-supporter-list.
The Coalition’s Renew GSP Today website “Press Resources” page includes the latest facts and figures about the GSP program, Coalition press releases and links for media inquiries. For more information about the Coalition, contact Daniel Anthony from the Coalition for GSP at firstname.lastname@example.org.