TAA

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TAA

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The Trade Adjustment Assistance Reform Act (TAARA) of 2002 merged NAFTA-TAA with traditional TAA.
of what would become Title II, the Trade Adjustment Assistance Act of
Trade Adjustment Assistance Program (TAA), which helps workers whose jobs were axed because of increased imports, the answer is no, write associate professor Kara M.
Department of Labor's Trade Adjustment Assistance program, which provides extended unemployment and job retraining benefits for workers whose jobs are certified by the department as being lost because of trade.
extends COBRA continuation coverage periods for certain individuals receiving Trade Adjustment Assistance benefits or pension benefits from the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.
In addition, working together on priorities for domestic trade adjustment assistance for workers would increase space for discussion on how trade can benefit developing countries.
Under Trade Adjustment Assistance, up to $20,000 in training funds are available per worker.
They conclude that trade adjustment assistance can be used as a way to help the impacted industries face new competitive challenges.
The Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) program, administered by the Department of Labor (Labor), is the nation's primary program providing income support, job training, and other benefits for manufacturing workers who lose their jobs as a result of international trade.
So my administration has reformed job training programs and expanded Trade Adjustment Assistance to help more displaced workers learn the new skills they need to succeed.