Trade Policy and Market Access (U.S.)

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We represent foreign governments, chambers of commerce and business groups in advocating and negotiating trade as well as other agreements with the United States government. We assist our clients in raising awareness with leaders in the U.S. Congress and Executive Branch, building coalitions of U.S. corporate and political organizations that will actively support client’s trade agendas, facilitating relationships with U.S. government officials who affect trade policy, advocating specific trade policy goals and agreements that benefit both countries, advising our clients on negotiating strategies and negotiating terms of certain trade agreements and policies.

We represent clients before officials in the White House, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, U.S. Department of Commerce (including both the International Trade Administration and the Bureau of Industry and Security), U.S. State Department and U.S. Senate and House of Representatives committees with jurisdiction over trade, appropriations and international relations, as well as other relevant executive and legislative branch offices.