Business Roundtable is an association of chief executive officers of leading U.S. companies working to promote a thriving economy and expanded opportunity for all Americans through sound public policy.
Below are six insights we've gathered about the benefits of trade with South Korea, America's seventh largest export market, including those enjoyed under the United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS). To expand on those benefits, we continue to urge the U.S. and Korean governments to address implementation issues under KORUS and market access issues that U.S. companies face.
New Tariffs or Taxes Canada and Mexico Could Have Charged U.S. Exports Without the North American Free Trade Agreement
When Congress passed the Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), it opened the doors of learning and economic opportunity to all Americans regardless of their financial means. The law has benefitted generations of students who might not otherwise have afforded college.
The United States needs sound immigration policies that provide strong border security while also promoting economic growth, supporting U.S. job creation and boosting American competitiveness.
The United States Has a Real Economic Stake in Negotiations to Modernize NAFTA
For more than two decades, NAFTA has supported jobs and the economy in the United States. Successful negotiations to update NAFTA should expand on, not diminish, the many benefits this U.S. trade agreement has already created.
BRT surveyed 177 member companies on workforce talent, including the extent to which they can hire employees with specific skills for key occupations.
A Blueprint for Renewing America's Infrastructure
This report demonstrates many different ways employers are helping to drive a health care system that delivers better health care quality and value.
America’s top CEOs detail how the shareholder proposal process has fallen out of step with corporate decision-making and capital markets today.
The Consequences of Global Warming for Society and Ecosystems Are Potentially Serious and Far-Reaching
The Impact of Trade on U.S. & State Level Employment