Global Trade and Market Access

Global Trade and Market Access

CompTIA Tech Council Advocacy Alliance 

In a global economy, government policies can impede or enable business success, and businesses are significantly affected by government policies that limit or impede market access or subsidize domestic competitors. At the same time, companies doing business internationally face substantial compliance obligations under both domestic and international laws, such as restrictions on technology exports or economic sanctions.

CompTIA focuses primarily on trade policies that expand existing export destinations and advocate open new markets for technology companies through bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements, such as Trade Promotion Authority, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).

 

Learn more at: CompTIA, the IT industry trade association.