Trade & Foreign Policy
Fair trade is vital to our nation’s economic future. Trade can create new jobs in exporting industries, expand markets for our businesses, and ensure our workers and businesses are competing on a level playing field in the global marketplace. But for too long, our workers, small businesses, and manufacturers have paid a steep price for an outdated trade agenda. I will continue to fight wrong-headed trade policies that ship jobs overseas and shutter manufacturing facilities. That means fighting back against currency manipulation by trading partners, which the Senate did when it passed a bill that I introduced. We need a trade agenda that that promotes American workers and helps expand the Made in America label to markets around the world.
Our nation’s foreign policy should be focused on advancing peace and prosperity here at home and abroad. From advancing nuclear nonproliferation to eliminating the conditions that breed terrorism, to combating global public health challenges I will continue to advocate for policies that promote human rights and democratic policies that are the cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy.
- Posted on 3/27/2014
Sen. Brown And Portman Applaud World Trade Organization Decision To Defend American Manufacturers Against Illegal Chinese Hoarding Of Rare Earth MaterialsPosted on 3/26/2014 |
On Two Year Anniversary Of Free Trade Agreement With South Korea, Sen. Brown Urges U.S. Trade Representative To Crack Down On Unfair Trade Practices That Hurt American AutosPosted on 3/12/2014 |
- Posted on 3/5/2014
Following Call By Brown And Portman, Commerce Department Rules To Defend Ohio Steel Producers From Illegal Chinese Trade PracticesPosted on 2/11/2014 |
Sen. Brown Applauds Ford Executive's Call To Reject Asia-Pacific Trade Deal Unless It Addresses Currency ManipulationPosted on 2/7/2014 |
Following New USTR Report, Sen. Brown Chairs Hearing Of Congressional-Executive Commission On China To Call On China To Meet World Trade Organization Obligations, Stop Manipulating CurrencyPosted on 1/15/2014 |