The International Trade Administration (ITA) is the lead unit for trade in the Department of Commerce. It promotes U.S. exports of manufactured goods, nonagricultural commodities and services. It participates in formulating and implementing U.S. foreign trade and economic policies and monitors market access and compliance of U.S. international trade agreements. In these processes, ITA works closely with U.S. businesses and other government agencies including the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and the Department of Treasury.
Trade Compliance Center
Helps American exporters overcome foreign trade barriers and works to ensure that foreign countries comply with their commitments to the United States.
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October 14, 2015 at 5:35:06 UTC
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