World Trade Week
As a global leader in innovation and commerce, the United States is ready to do business with any country committed to openly, fair, and competitive markets, thereby serving our nation's farmers, ranchers, manufacturers Providers and entrepreneurs will benefit. During World Trade Week from 17 May to 23 May, 2020, the united states affirm on this World Trade Week that free, fair and reciprocal trade is necessary to promote economic growth and ensure a safe and prosperous future for our nation. For a long time, other countries have been unfair and unbalanced. Through trade deals American workers and producers have taken advantage. Since my first day in office, my administration has worked tirelessly to revive these harmful compromises, to protect the talent, hard work and ingenuity of the American people. We are negotiating with unwavering and unsympathetic drives to modernize and improve existing trade agreements, and to secure new deals that are mutually fair. As a result, the united states now enters this new decade with place to place deals and business philosophies, that will benefit American workers, producers, and consumers for comming years. In January the old and unbalanced North American was proud to be of the united states promise to conclude the Free Trade Agreement, and the USA-Mexico-Canada agreement Implementation signed into law. This new agreement has opened markets in North America for small and medium-sized businesses in all sectors of the united states economy. The United States president Trump administration also significantly updated one of our most consequential trade deals, the United States Korea Free Trade Agreement, which includes key provisions that increase the United States exports and higher manufacturing in our nation's auto industry, which will create new job sites and jobs. The United States president also signed two trade agreements with Japan to expand market access for American farmers, and preserve America's role in the growing digital economy. The United States president administration also resumed our trade relations with China Through tough, honest and open dialogue, the united states reached a new deal with the People's Republic of China last January. The agreement between the united states and the People's Republic of China preserves tariffs while achieving historical protection for intellectual property, commitments to combat counterfeit goods, protection against forced technology transfers, a mechanism to address unfair currency practices, from $ 40 in agricultural commodities, $ 50 billion purchase promises each year for the next 2 years to ensure time and effective implementation, and a strong commitment The resolution mechanisms. In every conversation the united states is putting American jobs and American workers first, and we will continue to work to secure a level playing field for all American farmers, ranchers, and businesses. Reunite to support the united States deals that benefit hardworking Americans, who are producers of world class manufacturing, agriculture, services, and technology Continue our legacy format. Through adhering to the principles of free, fair, balanced and reciprocal trade, the united states will continue the immense potential of American workers and industry, creating a better world for individuals and communities across the united states and the world.