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President’s 2015 Trade Policy Agenda Affirms Commitment to Supporting American Workers, Values, and Jobs through Trade

March 04, 2015

Washington, D.C. – Ambassador Michael Froman issued the following statement regarding President Obama’s 2015 Trade Policy Agenda. The Office of the United States Trade Representative is the lead agency responsible for the development and implementation of the President’s Trade Policy Agenda, which it sends in conjunction with the Annual Report on trade developments over the past year.

“President Obama’s trade policy seeks to promote growth, support more well-paying jobs, and strengthen the middle class in the United States,” said Ambassador Froman. “Trade policy done right is how we protect American workers and jobs, create a more fair and level playing field, and ensure that it is the United States that leads in defining the rules of the road.”

To read the 2015 Trade Policy Agenda, please click here.