The U.S. has many trade laws to address unlawful foreign subsidies that distort markets and destroy our domestic industries. Unfortunately, filing and pursuing trade cases costs millions of dollars that many distressed industries cannot afford. Even if they win a trade case and achieve anti-dumping or countervailing duties to remedy the foreign market cheating, the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agency often does not enforce these duties. CPA is committed to making trade enforcement cheaper and more effective to protect the integrity of markets and opportunities for domestic producers.
News & Research
June 05, 2018
By Jeff Ferry, CPA Research Director On March 8th, the president announced tariffs of 25% on steel imports and 10% on aluminum tariffs.Read More
April 24, 2018
By Jeff Ferry, CPA Research Director After opposing tariffs on imported solar cells and modules for years, and claiming the US manufacture of solar...Read More