Friday, December 28, 2012

Trade Compliance Center - National interest and businesses

I had earlier blogged about the Direct Line program of the US State Department which essentially assisted US businesses to keep in touch with government on issues that effect them internationally. The Trade Compliance Center (TCC) in the US Department of Commerce is another agency that assists US businesses to ensure that Trade Agreements are used to further their national interests.It is the focal point for monitoring foreign compliance with trade agreements to se that "US firms and workers" get the maximum benefits from these agreements.It is projected as the "one stop-shop" for getting US government assistance in resolving trade barriers or unfair situations businesses encounter in foreign markets.

Another example of how business interests are seen as national interest? Do developing countries have this kind of support mechanisms for their businesses?

Hat tip to R.V.Anuradha  for bringing this to my notice...

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