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Trade Disputes and U.S. Trade Law Enforcement
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Section 301
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Implementation of U.S. Trade Law
U.S. Preference Programs
Miscellaneous Tariff Bills

Environmental Trade Initiatives
Industry Trade Policy

The Office of Trade Policy Analysis (OTPA) serves as the International Trade Administration’s principal advisor on trade policy issues affecting the competitive position of multiple U.S. industries while also representing the Manufacturing and Services division in key international trade negotiations and policy initiatives. In this capacity, OTPA utilizes complex economic and trade policy analyses to help ensure that the national economic interest of U.S. industry is fully represented in deliberations and negotiations where national or international policies impacting domestic industries are being developed and/or debated.

This site makes available a variety of reports, analyses and resources to assist you in following and interpreting trade policy developments affecting U.S. industry competitiveness.

News, Events and Updates

Manufacturing and Services launches a Sustainable Manufacturing Intiative

U.S.-Korea FTA: Sector-Specific Industrial Goods Market Access Reports

FTA Map - Updated September 2007

WTO NAMA:  Swiss Formula Calculator

Contact the Office of Trade Policy Analysis

OTPA Staff

Market Access Reports
View a variety of reports detailing both the aggregate and sectoral outcomes and potential benefits of U.S. trade agreements.
Retaliation Alert
Track U.S. and foreign retaliations affecting U.S. imports and exports respectively.

Find out if a product you import or export may face increased duties as a result of U.S. or foreign retaliation.

Links to Web sites outside the U.S. federal government or the use of trade, firm, or corporation names within the International Trade Administration Web sites are for the convenience of the user. Such use does not constitute an official endorsement or approval by the U.S. Commerce Department of any private sector Web site, product, or service.

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