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CHLI Statement on Trade Ahead of the CHLI 5th Annual Trade & International Affairs Symposium on 9/14

Thursday, September 08, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Roberto Cervantes
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For Immediate Release:
September 8, 2016

 Contact: Mary Ann Gómez Orta




·  CHLI is committed to strengthening the U.S. Hispanic community by
   promoting the 
advancement of Hispanics in all sectors of the U.S. and the
   global economy

·  This September 14th, CHLI will host its fifth annual Trade & International
   Affairs Symposium. The Symposium brings together international business
   leaders, experts on trade, members of the diplomatic community, and
   foreign and U.S. government officials to discuss issues that affect U.S.
   global competitiveness.

·  CHLI believes that the reduction of trade barriers is key to creating and
U.S. jobs and to a strong and prosperous U.S. economy,
   where U.S. Hispanics have the opportunity to prosper and thrive.

·  CHLI favors trade agreements that allow U.S. products and services to
   compete internationally, as a means of increasing economic growth and
   creating jobs in the U.S.

·  CHLI also supports social responsibility and believes that trade agreements
   between the United States and other nations must include strong and
   enforceable rules to allow U.S. companies and workers to compete on a
   level playing field with other nations.


 Click here to RSVP for the
5th Annual Trade & International Affairs Symposium

For more information, please click here



About CHLI: 

The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) is the premier organization founded by Members of Congress and corporate executive leaders to advance the Hispanic community's economic progress with a focus on social responsibility and global competitiveness. Founded in 2003, CHLI is a 501(c)3 non-profit and non-partisan organization. CHLI is dedicated to fostering a broad awareness of the diversity of thought, heritage, interests, and views of Americans of Hispanic and Portuguese descent 


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