CITAC General Counsel Lewis Leibowitz to Testify before House Committe…

CITAC General Counsel Lewis Leibowitz to Testify before House Committee on Trade Issues Confronting U.S. Consuming Industries


CITAC General Counsel Lewis Leibowitz will testify before the U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Trade Sub-Committee on legislative proposals relating to trade with China.

9:00 AM on Thursday, August 2, 2007

Main Ways and Means Committee Hearing Room
1100 Longworth House Office Building

Lewis Leibowitz, partner at the law firm of Hogan & Hartson and General Counsel of the Consuming Industries Trade Action Coalition


CITAC Counsel Lewis Leibowitz will testify before the House Ways & Means Committee Trade Sub-committee about the importance of considering the interests of all Americans, including those in consuming industries, when the Ways and Means Committee drafts trade remedy provisions in legislation.

U.S. consuming industries face intense pressure from products made abroad that compete with U.S.-made products. Leibowitz will discuss several issues related to China and U.S. trade policy that are priorities for U.S. consuming industries including the issues of industrial user standing, zeroing, retrospective system of antidumping and countervailing duty orders and other issues related to the U.S.-China trade relationship.

CITAC is a coalition of companies and organizations committed to ensuring that consuming industries and manufacturers in America have access to reliable supplies of globally priced materials necessary for those industries to produce their products. For additional information, visit or contact Amanda Lahan at (202) 466-6210 or [email protected]

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