International trade is crucial to American economic growth and competitiveness. Here’s how international business, trade, and investment can drive sales and job creation.
As other nations race to achieve their own market-opening trade deals, the United States cannot be left behind. The U.S. Chamber is dedicated to pursuing new trade and investment agreements that uphold and improve our standard of living and our standing in the world. Trade agreements must establish high standards, protect American innovation, and be fully enforceable.
India and Africa offer relatively untapped markets and unique trade opportunities for U.S. businesses.
- InternationalVirtual InSTEP Discussion: UN Ambassador Linda Thomas-GreenfieldThursday, January 2004:00 PM EST - 04:45 PM EST
- FinanceTecTalk with Representatives Gerry Connolly and Darrell IssaThursday, January 2004:00 PM EST - 04:45 PM EST
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- Jan 07, 2022International Trade, Investment, and Regulatory Policy Priorities Engage in key markets around the globe to champion free enterprise, competitive markets, and rules-based trade and investment.
- Dec 09, 2021Comments to Department of the Treasury on Canadian Proposal to Enact a Retroactive Digital Services Tax (DST) These Comments were submitted to the Department of the Treasury, on a Digital Services Tax in Canada.
- Dec 01, 2021U.S. Chamber Letter on Trade Priorities This Hill letter was sent to Members of the House Committee on Ways and Means on trade priorities.
- Nov 17, 2021U.S. Chamber Letter on Trade Legislation This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the Senate Committee on Finance and the House Committee on Ways and Means, supporting committee action on bills to renew the Generalized System of Preferences and the Miscellaneous Tariff Bill, and to extend Permanent Normal Trade Relations to the Republic of Kazakhstan.
- Oct 11, 2021The Business Case for the WTO — and for its Dispute Settlement System The continued success of the World Trade Organization (WTO) is critical to the U.S. business community. The global rules-based trading system the WTO embodies has benefited countries around the world — but none more than the United States. And that holds for its dispute settlement system as well.
- Aug 23, 2021Workers in Silao Cast Historic Votes The first USMCA Rapid Response Labor Mechanism case is coming to a close following a historic vote that took place over the course of two days.
- Aug 17, 2021The Case for a Digital Trade Agreement It is imperative that the United States act now to frame new rules of the road for digital trade so that American companies and workers can seize the opportunities presented by the digital revolution.
- Aug 16, 2021Second USMCA Labor Complaint Reaches Remediation Agreement The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) announced on August 10, 2021, that the U.S. and Tridonex agreed to a course of remediation in response to a labor complaint filed against the auto parts manufacturer in May.