Opening Foreign Procurement Markets Amid Domestic Preferences

4799966852_b62f9a3dea_z In 1981, the United States implemented its first international procurement agreement. Since then, opening foreign procurement markets for American goods, services and suppliers has been a consistent objective of U.S. trade policy. Through pursuit of this objective, the U.S. has gained . . . .

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This posting by Jean Heilman Grier was published in America’s Trade Policy, a blog of the Wilson Center, on August 18, 2014.

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