Trade Benefits America

Trade agreements are good for the U.S. economy.

Trade Benefits by State

International trade and investment supports jobs and economic growth in every state. Learn more about how your state benefits on our interactive map.

Latest Activity

Congressional Trade Leaders Advance TPA-2015 Legislation

Congressional Trade Leaders Advance TPA-2015 Legislation

Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committee leaders highlighted the importance of the Bipartisan Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015 (TPA-2015) passed by the committees this week:

“By acting to further break down barriers for American exports, we successfully advanced a strong trade agenda that will help move America forward.”

Trade Benefits America Coalition Applauds House Ways & Means Committee Approval Of Bipartisan TPA Legislation

April 23, 2015

For Immediate Release

Contact: Ashley Smith; asmith@hamiltonps.com; (202) 386-9654

Trade Benefits America Coalition Applauds House Ways & Means Committee Approval Of Bipartisan TPA Legislation

Washington D.C. – David Thomas, president of the Trade Benefits America Coalition, released the following statement following the House Ways and Means Committee’s markup of the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015 (TPA-2015):

TPA-2015 Allows For a Robust Trade Agenda

TPA-2015 Allows For a Robust Trade Agenda

Latest Tweets

Trade Spotlight

Trade and U.S. trade agreements create economic growth and jobs in the United States. Congressional passage of modernized Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) legislation is critical for advancing current U.S. trade negotiations – the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the Trade in Services Agreement – and future U.S. trade agreements.

Report by TechAmerica. TechAmerica Foundation proudly presents our 2014 edition of Tech Trade in the States: A State-by-State Overview of International Trade of Tech Goods. It provides 2012 data on tech trade at the national level and export data for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. The report also provides an estimate as to the number of jobs that are supported by export activities.