Fact Sheet — Executive Authority in US Trade Policy

Fact Sheet — Executive Authority in US Trade Policy

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There has been an increasing discussion regarding the possibility of Congress granting the US presidency “fast track” authority in free trade agreements.  But the shifting of trade authority to the executive has been a heated debate starting from the days of the Great Depression.

Both the history and specifics of executive authority in US trade agreements is crucial towards evaluating what potential positives and negatives “fast-track” legislation may bring.

Find out the facts here:


Fact Sheet- Executive Authority in Trade by The American Security Project


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