Manufacturing and Services
The Manufacturing and Services (MAS) unit of the International Trade Administration (ITA) is dedicated to enhancing the global competitiveness of U.S. industry, expanding its market access, and increasing its exports. (more) (MAS Overview at a Glance)
Recent News in MAS
Washington (Oct. 7) - U.S. Commerce Assistant Secretary William G. Sutton addresses the Plumbing Manufacturers Institute's Fall Meeting. Sutton emphasized the vital role free trade agreements (FTAs) play in growing U.S. manufacturing exports and ensuring American manufacturers have fair access to emerging global markets.
Rochester, N.Y. (Sept. 23) - U.S. Commerce Assistant Secretary William G. Sutton (left) discusses the Sustainable Manufacturing American Regional Tour (SMART) at the Rochester Institute of Technology. SMART seeks to share with U.S. businesses successful and sustainable manufacturing practices that reduce natural resource use and energy consumption while enhancing profitability. (More)
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