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Welcome to Remedies: The Trade Enforcement Digest, a monthly newsletter brought to you by the Alliance for Trade Enforcement. AFTE is a coalition of trade associations and business groups that advocates for protecting American businesses and workers by enforcing U.S. trade agreements...

Last week, the Alliance for Trade Enforcement sent a letter to United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai in support of strengthening the U.S.-India trade relationship. The letter comes in advance of Ambassador Tai's November 22-23 in-person meeting in New Delhi with India's Minister of Commerce and Industry Piyush Goyal...

Did you know that Japan uses an arbitrary and unscientific "cost-effectiveness" metric to set drug prices? This price-setting drastically undervalues U.S. medicines, thus depriving U.S. innovators of sales opportunities and deterring them from introducing novel drugs in Japan...

Today, South Korean President Moon Jae-in will meet with President Joe Biden at the White House. The meeting between the two leaders presents an opportunity to reinvigorate the longstanding, mutually beneficial partnership between the United States and Korea -- especially as it relates to trade...

Did you know that Mexican legislators may soon fast-track a protectionist audiovisual bill that would violate Mexico’s USMCA commitments? Mexico is a significant and growing market for U.S. film and television creators...

Did you know that America’s digital economy innovators continue to experience software piracy originating in India at higher and higher rates? Representing one of the top countries for software license misuse, software piracy in India costs over $2.7b in losses annually...

The Alliance for Trade Enforcement recently submitted comments to the U.S. Trade Representative for this year's Special 301, the Office's annual review to identify countries that deny adequate intellectual property protections or erect access barriers to America's innovative industries...