Through advocacy, AAFA strives to open U.S. and foreign markets, while assisting AAFA members in understanding and navigating complex trade rules.
Jun. 17, 2019
Today, 138 companies – and more than 190 executives and designers – sent a letter to President Donald J. Trump opposing the use of tariffs in the trade dispute with China.
Jul. 02, 2019
AAFA submitted post-hearing comments to the Administration on Section 301 Tranche 4 tariffs.
AAFA signed on to a multi-association letter supporting additional funding for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
A coalition of top executives representing 138 small, medium, and large companies in the fashion industry sent a letter opposing tariffs on the industry.
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Here’s where you’ll find pre-prepared letters and e-mails to send your legislators on the most pressing trade issues for our industry today.
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AAFA's members-only country profiles address the key features that are unique to a country but necessary for foreign businesses to understand when looking to sell within that country's borders.
These schools have passed a rigorous curriculum review to receive AAFA’s endorsement.
AAFA has forged Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) agreements with strategic partners around the world to collaborate on reducing trade barriers, sharing best practices, and promoting innovation on behalf of our members.
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Aug. 7, 2019 08:00 AM
This program delivers business solutions, resources, and initiatives to keep to people and the environment safe through supply chain transparency.
TOPICS: Supply Chain, Trade
TYPE: In-Person Event
LOCATION: Minneapolis, MN
July 26, 2019 11:30 AM
AAFA off-the-record discussion on Uighur issue in China’s northwest Xinjiang Province
TOPICS: Brand Protection, Supply Chain, Trade
LOCATION: Conference Call
Aug. 13, 2019 03:00 PM
Review the issues of the day and discuss Committee plans over the coming months.
Sep. 10, 2019 03:00 PM
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Before the government implements changes to various compliance processes, agencies often solicit comments, offering industry opportunities to provide feedback on the impact of proposed rule or process changes. AAFA provides comments on behalf of the industry. We also encourage you to submit comments directly. Here is where we share the requests for comments by agency and by deadline.
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