Border Trade Alliance statement on agreement on tomato imports between Department of Commerce, Mexican growers
The Border Trade Alliance applauds the Commerce Department and tomato growers in Mexico for their diligent work over the last several months to preserve the duty-free construct that has defined U.S-Mexico trade for decades.
The Border Trade Alliance hails the passage of a $4.5 billion supplemental spending bill that will direct funds to border security agencies, including Customs and Border Protection.
Border Trade Alliance applauds provisions in supplemental spending bills to reimburse communities for migrant care
The Border Trade Alliance is applauding bipartisan efforts to include in a supplemental spending bill funds that would reimburse local communities for costs associated with the migrant crisis.
Border Trade Alliance board members from across U.S. visit with lawmakers on Capitol Hill, make case for USMCA
Group also hears from Mexico Ambassador to U.S. Martha Bárcena, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer WASHINGTON (June 19, 2019) – Members of the Border Trade Alliance Board of Directors were on Capitol Hill Wednesday, urging [...]
Statement from Border Trade Alliance regarding legislation from Sen. John Cornyn to reimburse communities for migrant care
The Border Trade Alliance thanks Sen. Cornyn for his legislation to reimburse border communities for costs associated with the recent migrant crisis. The migrant crisis is complex and will require a multinational, regional approach to solve it. Local border communities, however, shouldn’t bear the brunt of this international issue.
Border Trade Alliance applauds bipartisan congressional coalition for opposition to seasonality provisions in USMCA
The Border Trade Alliance, a pro-trade advocacy organization representing public and private sector stakeholders, is applauding a bipartisan congressional coalition’s call to ensure that any so-called “seasonality” provision is not included in the ratified United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, the successor to the North American Free Trade Agreement.