The documents and links published below are a result of BIC’s monitoring services and are chosen for their relevance to bilateral Brazil and U.S. economic agendas.
CRS insights on President Trump's Presidential Memorandum directing the Secretary of Commerce (“Secretary”) to prioritize investigating the effects of steel imports on national security pursuant to Section 232(b) of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962.
CRS study about the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), its history and role in the United States government.
CRS study about the United States and Mexico bilateral economic and trade relationship. The study also analyses ongoing policy issues between the two countries.
The report is the United States Trade Representatives (USTR) annual review of intellectual property rights protection and enforcement from around the world.
Donald Trump's administration releases document detailing the White House priorities for NAFTA renegotiation
Trade Subcommittee Ranking Member Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. pens a document outlining the trade principles and policies for the Democratic party.
White House National Trade Council Chief Peter Navarro highlights 24 key elements of a model trade agreement.
The National Confederation of Industry - Brazil (CNI), the Brazil Industries Coalition (BIC) and ICC Brasil submitted comments from the Brazilian private sector to the USTR regarging as a contribution to the 2017 Special 301 Report.
The Congressional Research Service released on January 30th the report "Major Agricultural Trade Issues in the 115th Congress", which analyses the trade policy priorities for the U.S.agriculture sector in the 115th Congress.
National Association of Manufactures released a study regarding the various regulations present in the manufacturing sector arguing that over-regulation hinders the productivity of the sector.
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