- Craft and pursue U.S. trade and investment policies and initiatives that help American companies and workers compete in the global marketplace, further rules-based, two-way trade, and ensure U.S. and foreign markets remain open for trade and investment;
- Address market access barriers and discriminatory treatment of U.S. exporters and investments;
- Enforce U.S. rights under international trade and investment rules; and
- Use the tools of trade and investment to help further the economic development of countries and peoples around the world, especially the world’s poor.
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