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October 13, 2016
News Release

Our detailed review will focus on ensuring these revised regulations do not harm job creation and economic growth.

September 30, 2016
Media Resource

The fact is, TPP and U.S. trade agreements overall, offer tremendous benefits for U.S. employers and employees alike.

September 28, 2016
News Release

America’s business leaders applaud the Senate for passing a short-term spending bill to fund government operations, demonstrating a commitment to fiscal stability. We urge swift House passage of the legislation.

September 22, 2016
Media Resource

‘Politically motivated, retroactive tax grabs will hurt the U.S. and Europe,’ writes The Wall Street Journal

September 22, 2016
Media Resource

Business Roundtable President Details Solutions for Advancing Long-Term Economic Interests of Shareholders, Employees and Consumers

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The CEO Economic Outlook Survey provides a forward-looking view of the economy by Business Roundtable member CEOs. The index is a composite of CEO projections for sales and plans for capital spending and hiring over the next six months.

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