US France trade commissioners to promote trade policy


(MENAFN-Caribbean News Global)

By Caribbean News Global

UNITED STATES / PARIS – U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai today had a fruitful conversation with France’s Minister Delegate for Foreign Trade and Economic Attractiveness Franck Riester, the U.S. Trade Representative’s press office reported.

Ambassador Tai opened the meeting by affirming the importance and strength of U.S.-French cooperation on a wide range of important issues, including working together to promote trade policies that ensure U.S. and French workers can compete fairly in the Mondial economy.

“They discussed national tools on both sides of the Atlantic to meet the challenges of non-market economies, the large civil aircraft framework and the global arrangement on steel and aluminum trade. Ambassador Tai also stressed the importance of eliminating forced labor from global supply chains,” the U.S. Trade Representative’s press office added. of the World Trade Organization (WTO), including its dispute settlement system, and reach a meaningful conclusion to the negotiations on fisheries subsidies.

Trade representatives from the United States and France “agreed to remain in regular communication in the coming months, continuing the series of engagements they have had since last fall.”


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