Progress

  • Signed three trade agreements that will help U.S. manufacturers and automakers create jobs here at home and sell things like cars and trucks in South Korea, Colombia, and Panama.
    Read about new trade agreements: http://wh.gov/2Cj
  • Strengthened trade relationships with countries around the world to help U.S. businesses boost their exports by 33.5% and support 1.2 million additional jobs since 2009.
    Read about supporting trade and exports to create jobs: http://wh.gov/irCm9
  • Created a Trade Enforcement Center to level the playing field and hold foreign competitors accountable for unfair trade practices that put American companies at a disadvantage.
    Read about protecting American exporters: http://wh.gov/IJf
  • Streamlined credit approval to help small business exporters increase sales and supported record investment in U.S. exporters of all sizes.
    Read about Export-Import Bank : http://wh.gov/irCm9
  • Launched a centralized, one-stop shop to make it easier than ever for businesses of all sizes to access services to help them grow, hire, and export.
    Read about: BusinessUSA
    Read about BusinessUSA: http://wh.gov/8rK

What's Next

  • Reward companies that bring jobs back to America with lower taxes and pay for it by eliminating tax incentives for companies that ship jobs overseas.
    Read about supporting U.S. jobs, not outsourcing: http://wh.gov/mRT
  • Streamline government services by consolidating six agencies and several other programs into a single department focused on helping American businesses grow and export.
    Read about boosting American business : http://wh.gov/Z48
  • Open new export markets, stay tough on trade enforcement to protect U.S. companies selling products overseas, and provide U.S. businesses tools they need to export goods.
    Read about: increasing exports
    Read about increasing exports: http://wh.gov/irCm9
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