US Trade Policy

For American manufacturers, trade policy covers a wide range of international policy issues including the removal of non-tariff barriers, promoting a strong and certain investment climate for global operations, and protecting intellectual property rights.

Foreign affiliates of American manufacturers support operations in the U.S. by driving additional exports, contributing profits and sales that are remitted to U.S. operations, creating high value-add jobs at home, and ensuring that American companies are globally competitive.

Click here for an overview of Dow’s recommendations on Trade Policies. (383KB PDF)

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