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Selling more of our goods and services around the world is crucial to creating American jobs, helping small businesses, and keeping the United States ahead of its global competitors.
The Chamber wants to negotiate trade and investment agreements that are fair and accountable, that create a level playing field, and that put American families and workers first.
Trade policy can and must benefit all consumers and businesses, including small businesses, which represent 98% of all U.S. exporters.
New tariffs on steel, aluminum, and Chinese imports, as well as the potential for additional tariffs on autos and auto parts, threaten to spark a global trade war.
Simply put, tariffs are a tax on American consumers and businesses. Tariffs are the wrong approach to address unfair trade practices.
Alongside more than 200 companies and associations, the Chamber and its partners are launching the USMCA Coalition.
Instead of hitting Chinese overcapacity, they've instead hit innocent bystanders in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico.
Tariffs on autos and auto parts would put a vibrant, job-creating industry at risk.
Congress must begin work soon to reauthorize the bank, and the Senate must confirm a quorum for its board.
There are now just 70 days remaining before the UK is slated to leave the EU.