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Labor Advisory Committee

Labor Advisory Committee (LAC) in relation with International Trade

In the context of trade organizations, Christopher Mark (1993) provided the following definition of Labor Advisory Committee (LAC): A policy-level committee that forms part of the private sector advisory system established by the United States Congress to ensure that US trade policy and negotiating objectives reflect US commercial and economic interests. The LAC provides advice on labor issues related to bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations. The roughly 100 LAC members, representing the range of organized labor in the United States, are appointed by the USTR in conjunction with the Secretary of Labor.

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