The Border Trade Alliance opposes the recent decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to withdraw from the 2013 Tomato Suspension Agreement, a move that attempts to tilt trade policy in favor of parochial Florida farmer interests, but jeopardizes the health of the national agriculture industry.
Seasonality bill runs counter to spirit of free trade, harms consumers WASHINGTON (January 11, 2019) The Border Trade Alliance is raising strong concerns over recent legislation introduced by members of the Florida congressional delegation that [...]
Border Trade Alliance members participate in discussion with Senators Cornyn and Cruz, stress need to balance security with legitimate commerce
Board members bring perspective of border business community, public sector leadership MCALLEN, TEXAS (January 10, 2019)—Board members of the Border Trade Alliance, North America’s premier advocate for cross-border trade, participated in a high-level discussion with [...]
The Border Trade Alliance, North America’s premier advocate for cross-border trade, is strongly rejecting a call by President Trump to close the United States border with Mexico.
The Border Trade Alliance sent this letter to the White House calling on the administration to appoint a new ambassador to Mexico. The letter reads in part: "In this politically sensitive time, we believe a [...]
Senators Cornyn and Peters introduce Senate companion to House bill that calls on DHS to prepare assessment of needs at ports of entry WASHINGTON (December 6, 2018) – The Border Trade Alliance today applauded U.S. [...]