Trade treaties with foreign countries are one piece of U.S. trade policy. They are business contracts between countries. Businesses negotiate contracts to carry out a business strategy for growth, not to shrink their business. However, the U.S. government continues to negotiate trade treaties that will shrink our economy, offshore our domestic policy and sovereignty, and increase the foreign mercantilism problem. CPA supports trade treaties that increase U.S. growth and job creation while preserving our sovereignty.
News & Research
August 29, 2017
By Michael Stumo, CEO of CPA, and Jeff Ferry, CPA Research Director President Trump raised the possibility of withdrawing from the North American F...Read More
August 25, 2017
By Jeff Ferry, CPA Research Director Economists in the US are overwhelmingly in favor of free trade. But they continue to be frustrated that the pu...Read More
July 03, 2017
By Jeff Ferry, CPA Research Director Press reports emerging on Monday, July 3rd, suggest that President Trump is pushing for a special 30-day revie...Read More