Business Roundtable filed an Amicus Brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit in Chevron v. Steven Donziger.
Business Roundtable response to Senate Finance Chair Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Sen.
Business Roundtable appreciates the opportunity it has had since our letter to you of May 30, 2014, to discuss with U.S. Treasury and OECD officials the OECD's Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project. As you are aware, the U.S. business community has been particularly concerned that the BEPS project risks increasing costs, uncertainty, and barriers to trade and investment such as duplicative taxation. As you review the 2014 deliverables and work commences on the remaining items, we urge you to keep foremost in mind that economic growth and broadly-shared prosperity flow from eliminating barriers to trade and investment and avoiding the creation of new barriers.
The undersigned associations view the U.S. Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im), with its mission to provide competitive financing in order to create or sustain U.S. jobs, as one of the most important available tools to promote economic growth through exports. Accordingly, we strongly support the swift reauthorization of Ex-Im Bank.
Letter was sent to Sens. Ron Wyden (D-OR) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) of the Senate Finance Committee, and Reps. Dave Camp (R-MI) and Sandy Levin (D-MI) of the House Ways and Means Committee.
Business Roundtable strongly supports important provisions included in H.R. 4413 that will reform derivatives regulation to focus more effectively on addressing potential systemic economic risk.
Business Roundtable supports your efforts to promote economic growth through sound economic policies and reducing barriers to trade and cross-border investment.
Business Roundtable urges bipartisan support for Finance Committee Chairman Ron Wyden’s tax extenders bill, Expiring Provisions Improvement Reform and Efficiency (EXPIRE) Act.
On behalf of the more than 200 CEO members of Business Roundtable, who lead major American companies operating in every sector of the U.S. economy, I write to convey Business Roundtable’s strong endorsement for Congressional approval of the Keystone XL pipeline project.
On behalf of the more than 200 chief executive officers who are members of the Business Roundtable, I am writing in support of the Expanding Opportunity through Quality Charter Schools Act, which reauthorizes the federal Charter Schools Program under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
Business Roundtable appreciates the leadership that Members of Congress have shown toward achieving comprehensive, pro-growth tax reform. Recognizing that this work is ongoing, but that taxpayers need certainty until that ultimate goal can be achieved, Business Roundtable urges bipartisan support for H.R. 4438, the Brady-Larson bill to make permanent and strengthen the R&D tax credit.