National Association of Export Companies

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National Association of Export Companies

An organization for banks, chambers of commerce, private companies and others with interest in international trade. It serves as a lobbying group for U.S. exports and conducts educational programs. It was founded in 1963 and maintains its headquarters in New York City.
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Unlike NAFTA, the NAEC constitutes a fundamental geopolitical alliance based on the realization that even the world's remaining superpower cannot go it alone.
In light of such challenges, the NAEC draws on the notion that the best defense against such alliances lies in making ourselves invulnerable to the political pressure of these energy-producing states.