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International Regulatory Cooperation: Agency Efforts Could Benefit from Increased Collaboration and Interagency Guidance
Michelle Sager (au)
Trade has increased as a share of the economy for several years, but U.S. companies can face difficulties competing in foreign markets when countries apply different regulatory requirements to address similar health, safety, or other issues. This report examined what U.S. agencies are doing to engage in international regulatory cooperation. It (1) provides an overview of U.S. regulatory agenciesäó» international cooperation activities; (2) examines ways that U.S. agencies incorporate outcomes from international regulatory cooperation activities and consider competitiveness during rulemaking; and (3) examines factors identified by U.S. agencies and stakeholders that act as facilitators or barriers to international regulatory cooperation. Tables. This is a print on demand report.
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