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OFFICE OF TRADE NEGOTIATIONS AND ANALYSIS
Contributing to the Formulation of Trade Policy with the Goal of Enhancing Industry Competitiveness
The Office of Trade Negotiations and Analysis (OTNA) serves as the International Trade Administration’s principal advisor on trade policy issues affecting the competitive position of multiple U.S. industries while also representing the Industry and Analysis division in key international trade negotiations and policy initiatives. In this capacity, OTNA utilizes complex economic and trade policy analyses to help ensure that the national economic interest of U.S. industry is fully represented in deliberations and negotiations where national or international policies impacting domestic industries are being developed and/or debated.
This site makes available a variety of reports, analyses and resources to assist you in following and interpreting trade policy developments affecting U.S. industry competitiveness.
- 2014 Brings New Market Access and Duty-Free Treatment for U.S. Exports - 02/07/2014
- Free Trade Agreements and State-Level Trade - 2/12/13
- Russia's Accession to the WTO: Opportunities for the United States
- Colombia, Korea, and Panama Industry Opportunity Reports - 10/4/11
- MAS Background Paper: Developing Countries' Regional Trade Agreements: Overview and Relation to U.S. Trade - 5/23/11
- NAFTA Trucks Dispute
- Manufacturing and Services Launches the Sustainable Business Clearinghouse
- OTPA Study on Japan's Manufacturing Competitiveness Strategy [PDF]