Since the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, which authorized the Kennedy Round, trade negotiations have greatly increased domestic prosperity while also providing assistance for displaced workers.
What does TEA stand for?
TEA stands for Trade Expansion Act
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We have 236 other meanings of TEA in our Acronym Attic
- Timing Error Avoidance
- Tiny Encryption Algorithm (developed by David Wheeler and Roger Needham at the Computer Laboratory of Cambridge University)
- Tirupur Exports Association (India)
- Tokyo Electron America, Inc. (Austin, TX)
- Tomen Electronics America (California)
- Toronto Entomologists' Association
- Toronto Environmental Alliance
- Torque Equilibrium Attitude
- Total Entrepreneurial Activity (index)
- Trace Element Analysis
- Training Effectiveness Analysis
- Training Employment Advice Shop
- Transferred Episcopal Arrangements
- Transient Effect Area
- Transitional Employment Assistance (State of Arkansas)
- Transportability Engineering Analysis
- Transportation Engineering Agency
- Transportation Engineering Agreement
- Transportation Enhancement Activities (Canada)
- Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century
Samples in periodicals archive:
Trade Expansion Act is an ideal vehicle to meet head-on the problems of our industry.
35) Trade adjustment assistance was introduced in the United States as part of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, which supplanted the 1934 Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act (RTAA).
On February 1, 2001, the Secretary of Commerce initiated a national security investigation of the effects of imports of iron ore and semi-finished steel under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962.
The Department of Commerce made this determination after an investigation begun under Section 232 authority of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 as a result of a petition filed by Coors Electronic Package Co.
The Jobs Through Trade Expansion Act signed into law in 1994, instructs the Commerce Department to annually identify the 5 most promising emerging markets for the export of the U.
NYSE: C) today announced support for the proposed Trade Expansion Act of 1992, but said that the legislation should be strengthened to deal with the confusing and costly way the government classifies multi-purpose vehicles (MPVs).