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.
- WCIT Urges Progress in TiSA Negotiations to Benefit Washington’s Technology and Service Industries
- Which state has 43,762 jobs tied to French, German, Dutch, Swedish and British firms? – (McClatchy DC, 10/4/16)
- WCIT Urges Substantial Progress in This Week's U.S. - EU Trade Negotiations
- Hanjin Impact Minor, So Far – (Food Logistics, 10/3/16)
State of Trade Blog
- Rapid Response: WCIT Responds to Dean Baker Remarks against TPP
- 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"