USCIB Shapes International Policy and Advances Global Trade

Leveraging a powerful network of affiliates, USCIB advocates, facilitates and serves as a proactive resource for our members.


USCIB Responds to Announcement of New US Steel, Aluminum Tariffs
USCIB is disappointed with the Trump administration's decision to impose new duties of 25 percent and 10 percent, respectively, on imports of foreign steel and aluminum.

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Controversial Proposals Remain Following Mexico City NAFTA Round
While valuable progress continues, concerns remain that the progress on the controversial proposals is too incremental to bridge the dramatic divide between negotiating positions on a reasonable timeline.

Trade and Investment


USCIB Video Celebrates Sustainability
USCIB launched a new video showcasing the private sector’s efforts to align its activities with the UN SDGs, “Business Makes It Happen: The Private Sector and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.”




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No other American business organization provides its members with better access to key intergovernmental bodies worldwide.

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USCIB advocates for international regulatory regimes that recognize the essential role business plays in building a prosperous global economy and by applying American business ideas to major world challenges…

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USCIB in the Field

USCIB Disappointed at Lack of Multilateral Progress at WTO Ministerial

USCIB President and CEO Peter Robinson was in Argentina in mid-December for the World Trade Organization’s Ministerial. “Expectations for Buenos Aires were low coming in, and unfortunately the results largely lived up to them,”said Robinson. “The business community, which relies on cross-border trade and investment to help contribute to economic growth and societal well-being around the world, is disappointed. But we do hold out some hope for future progress based on the commitment by large groups of countries in pursuing new agreements.”

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