Response to Letter Opposing Finance Committee Trade Law Enforcement Provisions

On April 23, 2015, a group of retailers[1] released a letter opposing five provisions that would strengthen the administration of existing U.S. trade enforcement laws. The provisions were included in the “Leveling the Playing Field” amendment raised during the House Ways and Means Committee mark-up of the customs reauthorization bill. The retail group opponents mischaracterize … Continue reading Response to Letter Opposing Finance Committee Trade Law Enforcement Provisions