Industry Consultation Program

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Industry Consultation Program

A body that advises the United States Trade Representative and the Secretary of Commerce on trade policy, particularly in the negotiation of trade agreements with other countries. The Program consists of approximately 500 members, which are industry executives from the private sector. It is also called the Industry Sector Advisory Committee.
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