A “worker-centric” trade in services policy:
Provisions of the USMCA are important to SMEs and women's economic empowerment. Certain USMCA Articles can level the playing field for SMEs and expand the female labor force participation rate in Mexico.
There is common ground across the political spectrum on certain priorities in US trade policy to create a 21st century economy that returns growth to real wages and expands employment.
TPP fosters good governance among 12 member countries to achieve economic prosperity and sustainable development.
Congressman Paulsen of Minnesota asked how the TiSA would expand exports of health services. This is a growing and valuable service export of the United States.
To boost sustainable growth, a trade facilitation package focused on services would strengthen institutional integrity, facilitate movement of service suppliers, and address intellectual property rights (IPR).
How can small enterprises, from least developed, developing, and transition economies, access crowdfunding?
Technical assistance under AGOA should support fundamental policies that influence the growth of services economies.