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U.S. trade and investment policy U.S. trade and investment policy
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United States
LCC: HF1455 .U18 2011 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 382/.30973 full (Assigner: dlc)
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Lccn: 2011410935
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Table Of Contents
Goals of U.S. trade policy
Current U.S. policy
Trade, the U.S. economy, and public opinion
Revitalizing trade negotiations
Attracting and retaining investment
Bolstering trade enforcement
Promoting U.S. trade competitiveness
Encouraging development through trade
Comprehensive adjustment assistance for workers
Reviving trade negotiating authority
Authorized Access Point
Card, Andrew H., 1947- U.S. trade and investment policy
Authorized Access Point Variant
Daschle, Thomas. U.S. trade and investment policy
Alden, Edward H. U.S. trade and investment policy
Slaughter, Matthew J. (Matthew Jon) U.S. trade and investment policy
Council on Foreign Relations. U.S. trade and investment policy