Above the Fold International Trade and Investment | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Above the Fold International Trade and Investment

“Back in 1776, our Founding Fathers believed that free trade was worth fighting for."
Sean Hackbarth
President Donald Trump speaks at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO Summit in Da Nang, Vietnam.
As the U.S. stands still other nations will continue moving ahead at the expense of our exporters and their workers.
James W. Fatheree
NAFTA withdrawal scale.
Withdrawing from NAFTA would be a disaster. Here are the numbers.
John G. Murphy
A combine harvesting wheat near Wasco, Oregon.
Threats to NAFTA have already hurt U.S. wheat. Mexico is making deals with U.S. competitors Brazil and Argentina.
Gordon Stoner
Pigs in a pen.
More than one-third of U.S. pork exports go to Canada and Mexico.
Randy Spronk
Cattle graze in St. Lucie County, FL.
U.S. farmers and businesses will be successful if negotiations result in greater access to North American markets.
Sean Hackbarth
Export-Import Bank
The U.S. has been left at a disadvantage. American exporters and their workers have waited long enough.
Neil Bradley
House Ways and Means Chairman Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX)
This program promotes economic growth in developing countries and boosts American competitiveness by lowering costs.
John G. Murphy