Request for Comment on U.S./EU Regulatory Cooperation

The Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration is requesting comments on ways to improve regulatory cooperation between the United States and the European Union to eliminate or reduce barriers to U.S. exports. AMT is considering submitting comments on behalf of our...

Request for Comment on U.S./EU Regulatory Cooperation

The Commerce Department’s International Trade Administration is requesting comments on ways to improve regulatory cooperation between the United States and the European Union to eliminate or reduce barriers to U.S. exports. AMT is considering submitting comments on behalf of our members, but we need your input. If you have examples of how current regulations in the United States and/or the European Union are hurting your business or have suggestions on how to improve the current regulatory environment between the United States and European Union, please submit the information to AMT Business Development Director Malcolm Mason at msmason@AMTonline.org by July 15.

If you prefer, you can submit your comments directly to the International Trade Administration.  Please send AMT a copy (msmason@AMTonline.org).

For more detail see Federal Register item: Request for Public Comments Concerning Regulatory Cooperation Between the United States and the European Union That Would Help Eliminate or Reduce Unnecessary Divergences in Regulation and in Standards Used in Regulation That Impede U.S. Exports.

The ITA web site includes comments that have been submitted.

If you have any questions, please contact Malcolm Mason (msmason@AMTonline.org).

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