We are pleased with today’s vote on Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) as a reaffirmation of our nation’s resolve to engage and lead in the global economy. We commend the strong leadership of the President, the House and Senate leadership and the many Senators and Representatives who have worked tirelessly to restore our nation’s ability to shape the rules governing international trade.
TPA ensures a thorough review of future trade agreements to make sure that they advance the interests of U.S. employers, their workers and their communities. For our company, whose revenues are driven by exports and whose operations and customers span 35 countries, this is a very welcome result.
Learn more about why we support open trade and how TPA will help to boost growth in the technology industry.
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