Organic processed products certified in the United States or the Republic of Korea can now be labeled as organic in either country, the U.S. government announced July 1.
An interagency review led by USTR concludes Bangladesh has made some important progress, but must do more to address the worker rights and worker safety issues.
Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker is on a weeklong commercial diplomacy trip that demonstrates the Obama administration’s ongoing commitment to the Asia-Pacific region.“The United States recognizes the vast potential for mutually beneficial growth in the whole ASEAN region,”
President Obama said the summit meeting in Belgium of the Group of Seven (G7) major economies was occasion for each to “ensure that we’re in lockstep going forward” in providing support to the Ukrainian people.
The United States stands behind its word. We have followed through in good faith on every commitment we […]
As Panama approaches the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal next month (August 15) we are […]
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The United States stands behind its word. We have followed through in good faith on every commitment we made, and we’re ready to continue to do so. We believe that the vast majority of WTO Members take their obligations seriously.
As Panama approaches the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Panama Canal next month (August 15) we are reminded that a large part of Panama’s economy is predicated on the importance of moving goods more efficiently and providing related services to support that activity.
Ambassador Michael Punke’s Testimony on the U.S. Trade Agenda and the WTO Before the House Ways and Means Committee
The WTO is a critical aspect of the Administration’s trade and investment policy, given its important function in setting the rules that govern the global trading system.
U.S. Mission to the WTO
The U.S. Permanent Mission to the World Trade Organization is headed by Deputy U.S. Trade Representative Michael Punke. The delegation representing the United States at the WTO includes officials from USTR, the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Commerce.