Manufacturers Urge Action to Address India’s Unfair Trade Practices

By June 6, 2013Trade

Today the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) joined 16 other business groups on a multi-industry CEO letter addressed to President Obama that calls on the President to address the unfair and discriminatory trade practices by the Government of India against U.S. exports and outlines proposed solutions to end these practices. The letter was signed by the leaders of 17 U.S. industry associations.  A full copy of the letter can be found at: U.S. Business Community Letter

The following groups signed the letter to President Obama

  • National Association of Manufacturers
  • U.S. Chamber of Commerce
  • CropLife America
  • BIO
  • Telecommunications Industry Association
  • PhRMA
  • United States Council for International Business
  • Emergency Committee for American Trade
  • American Business Conference
  • National Electrical Manufacturers Association
  • Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute
  • Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers
  • American Foundry Society
  • Semiconductor Industry Association
  • Dental Trade Alliance
  • National Foreign Trade Council
  • Solar Energy Industries Association

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