International Trade Administration Seeks Information for a Strategy to Address Policy Impacting ICT Industry

The International Trade Administration is seeking information to support the development of a comprehensive strategy to address trade-related forced localization policies, practices, and measures impacting the U.S. information and communications technology (ICT) hardware manufacturing industry. Comments will be used to support the development of a holistic strategic plan for counteracting and deterring the expansion of barriers to trade and trade-related measures put in place by U.S. trading partners that are specifically designed to localize the production and technology development of ICT hardware, and unfairly harm U.S. ICT hardware manufacturers and exports.

  • Written comments must be submitted on or before May 14, 2018.
  • Read the hearing notice on Regulations.gov.
  • Advocacy Contact: Rosalyn Steward at 202-205-7013.
Date: 
Tuesday, May 1, 2018