In recent months, Representatives Austin Scott (GA-08) and Neal Dunn (FL-02) have led bipartisan pushes urging the Trump Administration to prioritize anti-dumping policies in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiation and support remedies for Georgia, Florida and other regions of the country whose seasonal and perishable commodities have been hurt by unfair trade.
Earlier this year, Reps. Scott and Dunn led bipartisan letters urging the Administration to provide Georgia and Florida fruit and vegetable growers with the ability to use seasonal and regional data in antidumping and countervailing duty cases. Click here to read more from Congressman Scott.
Below is an opinion editorial written by Reps. Scott and Dunn which originally appeared in The Hill on Friday, November 10, 2017. It continues their push for anti-dumping provisions to be addressed during NAFTA’s renegotiation and commends the Trump Administration for their action on the issue thus far. Click here to read it.
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