TAA

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TAA

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a trade adjustment assistance program is absolutely essential to a successful foreign trade policy, and, as we have said repeatedly, it is indispensable to our support of that policy.
That import-sensitive industries are concentrated geographically is supported by the regional distribution of Trade Adjustment Assistance certifications.
Trade Adjustment Assistance was created for companies hit hard by international competition.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) for Firms program is intended to assist American companies' response to pressures caused by increased import competition by providing technical assistance, loans, and loan guarantees, thereby seeking to avoid the need for layoffs.
We've worked hard to strengthen these agreements to get the best possible deal for American workers and businesses, and I call on Congress to pass them without delay, along with the bipartisan agreement on Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) that will help workers whose jobs have been affected by global competition.
In addition to TPA, the new law contains new trade adjustment assistance (TAA) benefits for workers displaced by trade because of shifts in production to other countries.
Although open trading favors many industries, workers in industries that are affected adversely often have difficulty relocating; the Trade Adjustment Assistance program reaches only a small fraction of those potentially eligible for assistance
WASHINGTON -- The Communications Workers of America was successful in gaining Trade Adjustment Assistance benefits for up to 3,300 T-Mobile USA workers after the company closed seven call centers in June.
PITTSBURGH, June 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Today United States Steel Corporation (NYSE: X) President and CEO Mario Longhi issued the following statement in response to the passage of the Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) bills.
The Labor Department has certified workers at seven of these mills to receive Trade Adjustment Assistance, after concluding that imports contributed significantly to these closures.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training competitive grant program expands community college partnerships with employers in high-demand job industries so students are ready for employment when they graduate.
The funds will go to the state Department of Workforce Development to help workers get certified for Trade Adjustment Assistance, a federal program aimed at workers who lose jobs because of international trade.