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U.S. International Trade Commission

The International Trade Commission is a quasi-judicial body that investigates whether or not, and to what extent, an unfair trade practice harms U.S. businesses. When unfair trade practices are found to harm U.S. businesses, the Commission may implement corrective measures. The Commission also provides the President and Congress impartial information on international trade to inform trade policy.

Contact the Agency or Department

Website: U.S. International Trade Commission

Address: 500 East Street, SW
Washington, DC 20436

Phone Number: 1-202-205-2000

TTY: 1-202-205-1810