Advisory Committee on Trade Policy and Negotiations

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Advisory Committee on Trade Policy and Negotiations

A body that advises the United States Trade Representative on policy matters. The Committee consists of members from the private sector; for example, they may be drawn from consulting companies, banks, universities, lobbying groups, or almost any other organization. It consists of approximately 40 members.
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(22.) USTR, ACTPN Discussion Draft on Investment, September 1996, mimeo.
The USTR administers the ACTPN in cooperation with the Departments
At the top of the system is the 30-member Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations (ACTPN) consisting of presidentially appointed representatives from local and state governments and representatives from the broad range of U.S.
At the top of the system is the 45-member Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations (ACTPN) consisting of presidentially-appointed representatives from local and state governments and representatives from the broad range of U.S.
The overall Advisory Committee for Trade Policy Negotiations (ACTPN) also notes that the agreement will strengthen the likelihood of additional agreements in the region and improve and strengthen overall U.S.
The overall Advisory Committee for Trade Policy Negotiations (ACTPN) also notes that the proposed agreement, if approved, would strengthen the likelihood of additional agreements in the region and improve and strengthen overall U.S.