United States International Trade Commission

Definitions

Economics

  • An independent, quasi-judicial federal agency of the U.S. government that provides information and expertise to the legislative and executive branches of government and directs actions against unfair trade practices. In trade policy, its commissioners assess injury in cases filed under the escape clause, anti-dumping, and countervailing duty statutes.
  • acronymITC
  • acronymUSITC
  • International Trade Commission (USITC)
  • United States International Trade Commission
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