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751_image001For nearly 70 years, USCIB has provided American business with a voice in the global arena, bringing our members’ views to bear on major public policy issues in the United States, other countries and international organizations like the UN, the OECD and the ILO.

Our unique advocacy platforms enable American companies to help shape the laws, rules and policies that directly impact their international operations. We also provide a broad range of services to assist companies, both large and small, in accessing foreign markets and doing business overseas.

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USCIB maintains an extensive roster of issue specialists who can address a wide variety of topics. Tap the expertise of our staff, our member executives and our global business network for your next story.

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Jonathan Huneke

VP, Communications & Public Affairs

(212) 703-5043 or jhuneke@uscib.org

Press Releases

Update NAFTA, but Keep What’s Working, Says USCIB (6/13/2017) - The United States Council for International Business (USCIB), which represents the global interests of American companies, has released its recommendations to the Trump administration on priorities for the modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
USCIB Statement on U.S. Withdrawal From the Paris Climate Agreement (6/2/2017) - The United States Council for International Business (USCIB), which represents America’s most successful global companies, issued a statement on U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement.

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Op-Eds and Speeches

Robinson’s Op-ed in The Hill on Modernizing NAFTA (6/21/2017) - USCIB President and CEO Peter M. Robinson wrote an Op-ed in The Hill, "How to Modernize NAFTA: First, do no Harm."
Potter Gives Statement on Climate Change at ILO Conference (6/13/2017) - USCIB Senior Counsel Ed Potter is currently attending the International Labor Organization (ILO) International Labor Conference (ILC) in Geneva, Switzerland (June 5-16) as a U.S. employer delegate.

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Media Coverage

Like it or Not, UN Needs Private Sector Input in Climate Talks (5/15/2017) - As the current round of UN climate talks here in Bonn reach the half-way point, delegates are allowing themselves a sense of cautious relief.
USCIB in the News: Business and the UN Climate Process (5/8/2017) - In a letter to the Financial Times, USCIB pushes back against efforts to curtail business access to the UN climate talks.