CSUSTL - Working for strong and effective US trade remedy laws

For almost a century, the United States has promoted and employed America’s antidumping and countervailing duty laws (AD/CVD) as our nation’s first line of defense against unscrupulous trade practices. It is America’s families, and our communities, who benefit most from these laws. But they must be effectively enforced, and duties actually collected, if they are going to work. Regrettably, the laws are constantly threatened by new and more subtle ways by our trading partners to illegally avoid payment of duties. 
The Committee to Support U.S. Trade Laws (CSUSTL) is an organization of companies, trade associations, labor unions, workers, and individuals committed to preserving and enhancing U.S. trade laws and supporting trade policies that benefit the United States based productive economy. CSUSTL’s members span multiple sectors, including manufacturing, technology, agriculture, mining, energy, and services. We are dedicated to ensuring that the U.S. laws against unfair trade are not weakened through legislation or policy decisions in Washington, D.C., in international negotiations, or through dispute settlement at the World Trade Organization (WTO) and elsewhere.  CSUSTL shall work to promote strong and effective US trade remedy laws.