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ETA Signs Joint Trade Letter to House Ways and Means Committee Expressing Concern with the Potential Impact of the Trump Administration’s Proposed Tariffs on Chinese Imports

Dear Chairman Brady and Ranking Member Neal,

The undersigned organizations representing U.S. manufacturers, farmers and agribusinesses, retailers, technology companies, importers, exporters, and other supply chain stakeholders are writing to express our deep concern with potential impact of the Administration’s decision to use tariffs to address China’s unfair trade practices and its trade and investment relationship with the United States. We agree that China’s ongoing intellectual property rights violations, forced technology transfers and state interventions harm U.S. companies, workers, consumers and our competitiveness. We are concerned that the proposed tariff list, and escalating tariff threats made by the Administration, however, will not effectively advance our shared goal of changing these harmful Chinese practices.

Read the full letter here.