The Washington Council on International Trade (WCIT) is the only organization in Washington dedicated exclusively to advocating for public policies that increase our state's international competitiveness. On behalf of its members — manufacturers, retailers, service providers, farmers & ranchers, non-profit organizations and individuals – WCIT advocates for strong, pro-trade policies and investments that benefit Washington's small, medium and large employers and that create jobs for Washington residents.
- Policy Today Podcast: Trade, and Trade Agreements, are Hugely Important to Washington's Economy
- Monday Memo – (The Seattle Times, 7/18/16)
- WCIT & AWB Study Finds Trans-Pacific Partnership Could Increase Washington Exports as Much as $8.7 Billion and Create More Than 26,000 Direct Jobs
- Rail industry works hard to improve safety – (The Olympian, 7/8/16)
State of Trade Blog
- Wins for Washington: A Fireside Chat with Secretary Jewell About TPP
- New Study! 6 Ways TPP Benefits Washington State
- Guest Post from US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker: "Creating Washington State Jobs Through Trade"
- What’s in the TTIP - Pizza, Pasta and More Export to Europe!