CSUSTL calls for abolition of NAFTA Chapter 19

IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Washington, DC, September 19) – The Committee to Support U.S. Trade Laws (CSUSTL) today published a position paper calling for the abolition of Chapter 19 of the original NAFTA agreement (“Review and Dispute Settlement in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Matters”).  The paper identifies the current system of binational panel review of whether domestic … Continue reading CSUSTL calls for abolition of NAFTA Chapter 19

CSUSTL Congratulates Sec. Ross, Calls for Action on Lighthizer Nomination

Washington, DC / March 1, 2017 / FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Committee to Support U.S. Trade Laws (CSUSTL), a coalition committed to keep U.S. laws against unfair trade practices strong and strictly enforced, welcomed the swearing in of The Hon. Wilbur Ross as Secretary of Commerce. “Secretary Ross brings an unprecedented level of knowledge, experience … Continue reading CSUSTL Congratulates Sec. Ross, Calls for Action on Lighthizer Nomination

News Release: CSUSTL Strongly Supports Currency Manipulation Legislation to Address Unfair Trade

Washington, DC —The Committee to Support U.S. Trade Laws (“CSUSTL”), an organization of manufacturers, workers, and others dedicated to the preservation and enhancement of U.S. trade laws, applauds the introduction of the Senate’s Currency Undervaluation Investigation Act (S. 433) and the House’s Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act (H.R. 820), both of which address currency … Continue reading News Release: CSUSTL Strongly Supports Currency Manipulation Legislation to Address Unfair Trade

Groups Call for Fundamental Shift in U.S. Manufacturing Policies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT:     Gilbert B. Kaplan President, Committee to Support U.S. Trade Laws (202) 661-7981 Jon Goldberg (for media) (646) 546-5300 GROUPS CALL FOR FUNDAMENTAL SHIFT IN U.S. MANUFACTURING POLICIES TO REBUILD AMERICAN MANUFACTURING AND RESTORE JOBS WASHINGTON, September 28, 2010 – A coalition of manufacturing and trade policy experts is calling on Washington … Continue reading Groups Call for Fundamental Shift in U.S. Manufacturing Policies