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Congressional Staff Briefing- U.S. Trade Laws: Ensuring Fair and Open Trade
As part of the CSUSTL Trade Policy Forum, the Committee to Support US Trade Laws (CSUSTL) conducted a congressional staff briefing on February 19, 2020, at the Rayburn House Office Building in Washington DC. US practitioners of the law, and domestic companies from various US industries using the laws, met with nearly 60 congressional staff from personal and committee offices of the US House of Representatives. Staff were able to hear the technical aspects of the law explained and how the laws work, coupled to company stories of their real world impact upon communities across America. The roundtable was structured to provide House members and their staff the opportunity to talk with business leaders and unions who have used the laws in suppport of their local economies. CSUSTL wants to thank the US House of Representatives Committee on Ways & Means which provided the meeting venue for this event.
See the meeting below in pictures...
March 4--CSUSTL meets with Joseph Semsar, Acting Under Secretary For International Trade, DOC, to discuss trade remedy law issues.
February 19--Trade Briefing with staff from House Committee on Ways & Means and personal offices, hosted by CSUSTL.
February 4--Commerce Department modifies regulations to permit countervailing undervalued currencies under certain conditions.
January 23--CSUSTL sits down with Senate Finance Committee staff to discuss legislative priorities for 2020.