August 7, 2013 | News, Other

The Internet Association International Trade One Pager

Excerpt:  The continued growth of the Internet as a global medium for innovation, trade, and commerce is made possible by laws that preserve the vitality of an open and consumer-oriented Internet environment.  To ensure this growth, The Internet Association is an active stakeholder in the Trans-Atlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, two critically important trade agreements for both the domestic and global economy.  In order to successfully enter into these 21st century trade deals, The Internet Association calls on Congress to pass a renewed Trade Promotion Authority that reflects today’s digital economy.

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