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Trade Data Center

One-stop shop for searchable trade databases, case lists & more

Eyes on Trade

Global Trade Watch blog on trade & globalization. Subscribe to RSS.

Debunking Trade Myths

To hide the facts about failed trade policies, proponents are changing the data

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Alternatives to Corporate Globalization

The New Rules of the Road: A Progressive Approach to Globalization

Learn more about a vision of trade that puts the economic needs of working families at its core while excising corporate, protectionist influences from the rules.


Learn more about the Trade Reform, Accountability, Development and Employment Act (TRADE Act) of 2009.

Fast Track Replacement

Learn more about the outdated Fast Track process and more democratic, inclusive alternatives to Fast Track.

Trade in Elections

Learn more about how trade policy has become a central election issue, and see how a new approach to trade could benefit all Americans while enhancing labor and environmental standards around the world.

WTO Turnaround

Learn more about the World Trade Organization (WTO) and our campaign to demand a WTO Turnaround.




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