Chamber on the Record: Focus on the Facts
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For over a century, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has taken a stand to be the voice of American businesses in Washington, across our nation, and around the world. Our members and the 30 million small and large businesses across America have relied on us to speak clearly on the issues and the importance of the free enterprise system.
A look back at US Chamber CEO Tom Donohue’s 2019 business address, and what we’re doing to advance America's business priorities.
America’s relentless drive to innovate has helped us overcome some of the most complex challenges throughout our nation’s history.
“[USMCA] preserves and strengthens [our] trade ties and brings our commercial relationship into the 21st Century.”
Here’s a roundup of media coverage featuring quotes from Myron Brilliant on recent trade and tariff issues.
Here’s just a few of the many ways in which the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is working with the Trump administration to ensure a thriving American economy.
A recent article in The New York Times provides a fair assessment on the Trump Administration’s escalation of trade tensions with China.
We’re calling on our leaders to eliminate the uncertainty, rebuild business confidence and keep this economy working for all Americans.
Climate change is real and humans are contributing to it. But innovation must lead us forward.
We created Chamber on The Record to ensure the facts about our organization, and the positions our members care about, prevail.